SmartRock Concrete Sensors Prove Concrete Temperature in Cold Weather

Bottorff Construction Inc., a total-package, cast-in-place concrete company based out of Kansas, adopted Giatec SmartRock wireless concrete sensors two years ago in order to stay off the deficiency list on one of its current projects and to finish projects more quickly due to having access to concrete maturity data in real-time.

Prior to using Giatec, Bottorff was working a 276-unit, super energy-efficient multifamily apartment in Kansas City. The company faced a number of challenges with its schedule during winter when temperatures dropped below 20°F.


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