Title: Extreme Concrete Exposure
Author(s): Laurel Dovich
Publication: Concrete International
Appears on pages(s): 37-40
Keywords: construction, repair, overlay, seawall
St. Ouen’s Bay takes up almost the entire western side of Jersey, an island within the archipelago known as the Channel Islands. The shoreline of the bay is protected by a concrete wall that was originally designed and constructed as an antitank barrier during the Second World War. Near the beginning of the twenty-first century, the wall was evaluated and repaired. The seawall’s history, deterioration, maintenance, and repair are discussed
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