Chemical Plant Concrete Contractor

Vector Construction has decades of experience in working in harsh chemical environments.  We are the concrete construction company of choice for owners who require a contractor who can complete concrete restoration projects at their facility, often working within very short shutdown windows. Vector Construction will work with owners to analyze the condition of the concrete in their entire facility and develop concrete repair options, budget pricing and an implementation plan. This plan will  meet both their budget requirements along with a repair process that will ensure concrete repairs are completed in an often operating plant, thus minimizing the effects on plant operations.

Vector Construction’s commitment to project organization and working closely with owners both before and during the completion of the work is your piece of mind that there are no surprises and work is completed as promised. Our commitment and investment in safety ensures your chemical plant concrete projects are always completed if a safe manner, often working above and beyond minimum standards.

Chemical Plant Concrete work includes:

  • Maintenance Contracts
  • Chemical Resistant Tank Linings and Coatings (primary and secondary containment)
  • Chemical Restraint Industrial Flooring Installation
  • Industrial Painting and Chemical Coating Installation
  • Concrete Repair
  • Form and Pour Repairs
  • Shotcrete Concrete Repairs
  • Hand Applied Repair
  • Epoxy Injection Crack Repair
  • Tank Base Grouting
  • Slab Replacement
  • Floor Re-sloping
  • Chemical Resistant Drain Installation
  • Corrosion Investigation Studies
  • Corrosion Mitigation
  • Structural Strengthening of Concrete Members
  • Carbon Fiber Strengthening
  • Steel Plate Strengthening
  • Post Tension Installation and Repair
  • Cement Grouting/Slab Jacking

As a chemical plant concrete contractor, Vector Construction works with clients in North America – the U.S. and throughout Canada, including Saskatoon, Ontario, BC, Manitoba and Alberta.