Stormwater Systems Crumbling Due to Failing Infrastructure

   Ted Jackson / The Times-Picayune archive A crew works on fixing underground pipes in New Orleans. The number of new leaks in the city’s water pipes has tripled since Hurricane Katrina, a figure city officials blame on the flood caused by the failure of the federal levees.    HJ3’s CarbonSeal Repair System Used to…


Job Creation a By-product of Infrastructure Repair

  CarbonSeal Carbon Fiber May Be Used Internally of For External PCCP Repairs   CarbonSeal Wrapped PCCP Job Creation a By-product of Infrastructure Repair Not only is infrastructure repair needed in the United States, but it would contribute to job creation. According to The International Business Times, one of the reasons the United States has…


When Less is More

When Less is More When it comes to carbon fiber applications for structural repair and reinforcement, less is more. HJ3’s repair systems can be installed more quickly and with less material than leading competitors. This translates to little to no down time, less manpower required, and more savings for our clients. Why can HJ3’s carbon…


Commercial Staircase Repaired with HJ3 Carbon Fiber

       Biltmore Fashion Park Garage Concrete Staircase    Water Penetration to Concrete Through Poor Sealing        Cracked and Spalling Concrete   HJ3 Carbon Fiber Installed    Completed Carbon Fiber Installation Commercial Staircase Repaired with HJ3® Carbon Fiber In this commercial structural repair, a concrete staircase was reinforced using HJ3’s carbon fiber…


Touchdown Jesus Reinforced with HJ3 Carbon Fiber

This July 31, 2008 photo show the Hesburgh Library on the campus of Notre Dame University in Notre Dame, Indiana. The library is adorned with the mosaic “The Word of Life”, which depicts Christ the teacher surrounded by saints and scholars. The mosaic is also referred to a “Touchdon Jesus”, because it happens to align…


The State of Our Nation’s Bridges

The Fix We’re In For  These Overpass Supporting Columns Have Been Strengthened with HJ3’s FRP System The State of Our Nation’s Bridges According to a recent report issued by Transportation for America, more than 18,000 bridges in metro areas are structurally deficient. And in cities like Los Angeles, an average of 396 motorists cross a…


HJ3 Named a Winner in the 2012 Arizona Innovation Challenge

   Spring 2012 Arizona Innovation Challenge Winners HJ3 Named a Winner in the 2012 Arizona Innovation Challenge On Tuesday, May 15th The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) announced that out of more than 300 applicants this year, HJ3 Composite Technologies was one of 6 companies to win its Spring 2012 Arizona Innovation Challenge. The ACA awards…


Carbon Fiber Protects Against Natural Disasters

McCulley Mill Road in Alabama, courtesy of earthsky.org   HJ3 on Discovery Channel’s Smash Lab Carbon Fiber Protects Against Natural Disasters The 2012 tornado season began early this year, with twisters already blamed for 63 deaths in the Midwest and South. Since 2011 was the deadliest tornado season in nearly a century, there is concern…


Could Carbon Fiber Have Prevented Losses From Turkey's Earthquake?

Could Carbon Fiber Have Prevented Losses From Turkey’s Earthquake? Over 2,200 buildings were shattered after a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey on October 23rd, killing at least 534 people and injuring 2,300 more. Although some 185 individuals have been rescued from the rubble, the death toll is also still rising days after the tremor…


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