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Riverfront Project – Follow Up


Photo c. 2010 – Chuck Pike

Regular reader Chuck Pike, sent along a couple of photos to go with the post the other day about the retention basin.


Photo c. 2010 – Chuck Pike

Chuck caught these photos of the concrete being treated with Liquid Nitrogen. This is the first time I had heard of this method, but the good ol’ Google returns lots of results, like this.

It certainly makes for some dramatic photos, many thanks to Chuck for sending them along.

Hope everyone had an enjoyable weekend…
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