The General Assembly Building and surrounding Capitol Square
Below grade sheet waterproofing close-up
Bird's eye view of the site and existing facade
As part of the new construction of the Virginia General Assembly Building, International Roofing installed 36,000 square feet of thermoplastic sheet waterproofing membrane below-grade in the shadow of the existing historic facade. This system provides under slab waterproofing protection for the structural concrete in the building. To see the full concept of the complete building, visit the General Assembly’s site.
At a Glance
CLIENT: Virginia General Assembly BuildingLOCATION: Richmond, VATYPE: WaterproofingKEY FACTORS: Constructed in 1912, the building is keeping the original historic facade.