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Kevin Yuers, Vice President, Kryton International Inc.Kevin is a life-long veteran of the construction industry having spent many years running his own contracting company before joining Kryton in 1994. Today Kevin is responsible for Product Development and Technical Services at Kryton. He spends most of his time providing customers with real-world solutions to their challenges throughout Kryton’s worldwide network. Kevin writes a weekly blog offering advice and comment on all things concrete related with focus on waterproofing, restoration and repair.

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  • Concrete Waterproofing
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    Product Development: Step 2 – The Business Case

    Written by: Kevin Yuers

    Last week we talked about the first step in developing a new product – coming up with a new product...

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  • Concrete Waterproofing

    Product Development in 5 Easy Steps

    Written by: Kevin Yuers

    Ok, right off the top I’ll point out that the title of this week’s blog is supposed to be funny....

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  • Concrete Waterproofing

    Concrete Sailboats

    Written by: Kevin Yuers

    It is a typical sunny August day here on the West Coast of British Columbia. My wife Irene and I...

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  • Concrete Waterproofing

    Can anything really be waterproof?

    Written by: Kevin Yuers

    Traditionally, waterproofing of concrete structures has been accomplished using a membrane of some sort. The membrane can be anything from...

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  • Concrete Waterproofing

    What does waterproof mean?

    Written by: Kevin Yuers

    What does it mean to be “waterproof”? Can anything really be truly waterproof? I’m not speaking philosophically. The question is...

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  • Concrete Waterproofing
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    Why waterproofing with surface membranes is obsolete thinking

    Written by: Kevin Yuers

    A local issue making headlines in Vancouver is the destruction of the gardens above Robson Square in the heart of...

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  • Concrete Best Practices
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    A tale of two earthquakes

    Written by: Kevin Yuers

    It’s often said that earthquakes don’t kill people, buildings do.A tragic example of this took place earlier this year. On...

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  • Concrete Best Practices General
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    Concrete waterproofing blog takes practical approach

    Written by: Kevin Yuers

    Welcome to Kryton’s new Concrete Waterproofing blog. Here you’ll learn about the latest issues in the concrete industry from a practical...

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