Everdure Caltite
GSK House, the Glaxo SmithKline headquarters used over 12,500m2 of concrete containing Everdure Caltite to waterproof various parts of the basement structure.

With ever-increasing land prices in cities and planning restrictions on city expansion, basements are becoming a must for almost every new office building, using Cementaid Everdure CALTITE system

However, many of these are redevelopments of existing office buildings or new buildings in very constricted sites. This is a real challenge when it comes to effective waterproofing, especially as every square foot of useable and lettable space adds to the value of the structure.

Cementaid Everdure CALTITE system: Hydrophobic and Pore-blocking Ingredient (HPI) for membrane-free, truly waterproof structural concrete.

Whether its Palestra, the Point Paddington, St Catherine’s House, the Villiers Isle of Man, the Tesco Northern Ireland office at Clarendon Dock, Belfast, or DSS Waterview Park, Everdure Caltite in the UK has been used in the waterproofing of over 500 office buildings in the last 20 years.

The Caltite waterproof concrete system is a time-proven, practical system that produces damp-proof, highly durable concrete which can be used either as a standalone system or incorporated as part of a dual system when required.

Caltite has a successful track record of over 60 years helping designers, developers and owners waterproof and protect concrete structures, even under the most aggressive conditions.

GSK House, the Glaxo SmithKline headquarters building in West London adjacent to the Grand Union Canal, designed by RHWL Architects with structural engineers WSP and project managers MACE, used over 12,500m2 of concrete containing Everdure Caltite to waterproof various parts of the basement structure.

The basement of the Britannic Assurance building, Wythall Green, Birmingham, is waterproofed using Everdure Caltite. Designed by TP Bennett Associates with structural engineers White Young Green.

George Square, Glasgow. The redevelopment of the old Post Office building on the left and the new office building on the right, Lomond House, both used concrete containing Everdure Caltite to waterproof the basements. The design team for the post office was architect Cooper Cromar, structural engineer Woolgar Hunter and main contractor McLaughlin & Harvey. Lomond House was designed by Glass Murray Architects with structural engineer Crouch Hogg Waterman and main contractor Henry Boot.

LinkedIn, Wilton Place, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin. Over 2,000m3 of concrete containing Everdure Caltite was used to waterproof the basement of this €85m office building designed by RKD Architects, with Aecom as the structural engineer and Walls Construction the main contractor.

Everdure Caltite

If you are interested in quality, durability and service then please contact Cementaid to discover how Everdure CALTITE concrete can work for you on your projects.


Cementaid (UK) Ltd

Tel: 01293 653900


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