We'd rather be in a
parkade right now
Get your parkade resurfaced this winter

We'd rather be in a
parkade right now
Get your parkade resurfaced this winter

We resurface parkades—no matter the season.

Ice. Water. Salt. Oil. Dirty feet. These are corrosive forces that, over time, erode the structural integrity of your parking lot, breaking it down like it was the Canucks’ midseason stats. While everyone else has taken off to the slopes, we’re sticking around to protect your parkade from all the elements.

Even in the dead of winter.

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Like a cosy chalet for parkade restoration

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We handle big jobs

It’s not sexy, but bear with us here: we remove your existing parking deck membrane, rout and seal cracks with urethane and epoxy, repair spalled and delaminated concrete and install polyurethane membrane, methyl methacrylate overlay or epoxy deck coating. We got the gear and experience to handle big jobs—and small jobs and tight squeezes—year round.

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Minimal Disruption

Whether commercial or residential, parkades are delicate ecosystems you don’t want to mess with. We use fast setting materials that allow for quick turn-arounds. But more than that, we work closely with our clients to smooth traffic flows and minimize disruption on residents and customers.

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Across Western Canada

We work all across Western Canada from Vancouver to the Fraser Valley, into the Okanagan Valley and even into Saskatchewan. If you have a parkade that needs a membrane slapped on it this winter, there’s no place in Canada that’s too cold for us to do.

  • The Coquitlam IKEA has a 400,000 square foot parking lot, that’s both covered and out in the open. Alumni Restoration approached us to take on this multi-phased restoration because they trusted us to get the job done, rain or shine with minimal disruption to customers.

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    Project:
    IKEA, Coquitlam | 400,000 sq/ft
  • For Saskatoon Children’s Hospital, we were brought on to restore the hospital’s 54,000-square-foot exposed top deck parking slab. The project included shotblasting of the area, repair of delaminated concrete, and the application of an extremely robust traffic deck system, designed to withstand Saskatoon’s harsh climate conditions.

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    Project:
    Saskatoon Children’s Hospital, Saskatoon, SK | 54,000 sq/ft
  • The Lions Gate Hospital was a multi-phased restoration project with difficult traffic management based on the small size of each parking level. This P1 and P2 levels at the front of the hospital have never had a traffic deck membrane, therefore had suffered substantial concrete delamination that had to be repaired before getting we could applyh a robust layer of polyurethane traffic deck membrane.

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    Project:
    Lions Gate Hospital, Vancouver, BC | 60,000 sq/ft
  • For the 2010 winter Olympics, we were brought on to repair the concrete around BC Place Stadium. We coated the area with a high-build methyl methacrylate coating with the addition of a quartz aggregate. We also installed thousands of linear feet of expansion joint all around the building to make it seismic-proof.

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    Project:
    BC Place Stadium, Vancouver, BC | 25,000 sq/ft

We’ve got big gear


These aren’t curling brooms or zambonis. We have some of the best equipment in the industry, allowing us to tackle projects of any size with ease.

This winter, we’re not going anywhere Request a quote today