The Prime Resins Chemical Grouting Institute will teach you the art and science of using chemical grouts for leak sealing, concrete repair, slab lifting and soil stabilization. We go beyond just one application of chemical grouting to give you a whole range of skills to add to your arsenal.
Who Should Attend?
This course is ideal for:
• private contractors
• municipal crews
• those who broker or specify chemical grout projects.
Whether you are new to chemical grouting or want to deepen or refresh your skills, the Chemical Grouting Institute gives you a broad base of knowledge and experience. If you own or run a company that does chemical grouting, let us train your employees how to correctly choose and install the right material.
If you need to repair leaks in manholes, culverts, tank walls, dams, and above- or below-grade structures, this is the course for you.
If you’ve got void filling and soil stabilization jobs on highways, seawalls, railways, bridges, etc., this course is for you.
If you want hands-on learning of slab lifting with polyurethane foam, this course is for you. This is a perfect opportunity for mudjackers who are interested in adding foam lifting to your arsenal. You no longer need to walk away from small jobs or jobs with limited site access.
You will learn these advanced skills with two days of hands-on, in-the-field workshops, classroom presentations, discussions and networking. We’ll also offer tips on estimating jobs and marketing.
You will receive:
• Classroom and hands-on training on site and in the field
• Certificate proving that you have completed manufacturer training
• Documentation of course content
• Product information, case studies, additional resources
• Refreshments, including lunches and a casual group dinner the first night
• Swag bag
Get a leg up on your competition by adding knowledge, skills and services.
$625 for the first attendee, $575 for each additional person from the same company. To ensure you get the most out of this course, space is limited and filled on a first-come, first-served basis.