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June Project of the Month

The Blumenthal Performing Arts Center is located in Charlotte, North Carolina. It opened in 1992 and is named in honor of the people of the state of North Carolina and the Blumenthal Foundation. We are very proud of the fact that Strickland Waterproofing was entrusted to repair existing leaks that had plagued both theaters for years!.  Strickland’s highly skilled staff was able to install through wall flashing, fix all leaks and expertly restore the buildings exterior back to its original glory with out even a hint of what happened!. Strickland Waterproofing quality and experience you can Trust!


Strickland Waterproofing (Big Time!)

Strickland Waterproofing has the manpower and the equipment to handle your job no mater the size. Being the largest waterproofing company in the southeast has its benefits and having enough workforce to handle multiple large jobs simultaneously across the south east is one of them.  Tired of losing precious time and money ? let the big boys at Strickland Waterproofing  get it finished ahead of schedule!


Strickland Waterproofing goes Space Age!

Building Skin Technology and Strickland Waterproofing go Hand in Hand! 

Building Skin: Better than the Best Insulation

The BIOMS research team at the University of California-Berkeley has developed a building skin called SABER, which makes indoor climate more comfortable using the same basic principals guiding the function of our own skin.

The building “skin” uses absolutely no energy and wraps around the exterior of new or existing infrastructure. Micro-scale valves and lenses react by sensing heat, light and humidity like the pores of our skin. While the building envelope does not actually cool the inside of the building, controlling the entrance of light and heat inside makes the indoor environment far more tolerable in even a harsh climate.

The research team aims to apply the building skin to developing countries in tropical regions, where populations can most benefit from the technology at little or cost to them. This is particularly important as those countries are among the most vulnerable to climate change and will need the most significant infrastructural changes to control indoor climate. The SABER building skin is applicable from the small home to the huge stadium and could revolutionize the way builders think about insulation.

April Project of the Month

Strickland Waterproofing is proud to announce  the April project of the month is project Hercules in Kannapolis, North Carolina! With nearly 23 acres under roof  this project is one  Strickland Waterproofing’s larger jobs.  We are handling all of the the tilt panel and floor joint caulking on this monster sized building! Just goes to prove that no job is too big nor too small for SWI!    


At Strickland Safety is Job One!

Good afternoon Team,

I am very proud to send this email and to appreciate Strickland Waterproofing to their “safety performance” at TRU-WTP in Gastonia NC. The team that is currently working on site lead by Angel Vargas has performed an outstanding safe work, not only for the crew but for others as well. See below for a few items that the crew has been successfully performed:

  • Work areas are maintained clean and debris are picked up daily
  • Leadman is always proactive and ask what is required in advance. If training is necessary, the employees are trained and cards are submitted. Perhaps, swing stage scaffold training as an example.  
  • The crew works with other trades and always shows positive attitude.
  • Protects construction and plant personnel by barricading the area, and the ground person directs traffic to a safe route.
  • Complies with rules and regulations, when in doubt the leadman or employees are not afraid to ask questions.
  • Tools are replaced when don’t pass the competent person inspection
  • Always attend to safety meetings and stretching exercises, or Angel calls RC to let us know that the crew won’t be able to make it on time and they do their own stretching exercises.
  • PTPs are done prior to start working and submitted on the daily basis.
  • Proper PPE is provided as needed and most importantly the proper PPE for the task. When the crew was power washing brick, they had rubber gloves, reflective rain suit with, rubber steel toe boots, fall protection when working above or bear water, etc.

Thank you for the great efforts and safe work performance, keep up the great work.


Safety Coordinator – Civil & Environmental Division

Two River Water Treatment Plant

414 N. York St. Gastonia, NC, 28052


February Project of the Month!

The February Strickland Waterproofing project of the month honors go to the Lincoln County Citizens Center Building Envelope Project!. Once again Strickland Waterproofing’s  quality workmanship and extreme attention to detail were on display on this very large and complex project!.                                                                         


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