During Christmas of 2012 and New Years of 2013, UNIPRO was asked to mobilize to an emergency situation at a Renton industrial plant cafeteria. A large grease Interceptor and wet well was leaking due to negative side hydrostatic pressure threatening the closure of the cafeteria that feeds 100’s of workers each day. The concrete Interceptor located below …Read more
I always look at what separates you [Unipro] from your competitors, you educate the owners before you do the work, your employees are properly trained and produce a higher end result than those who think nothing of why they are applying sealant. It is the most important part of a building envelop for a building …Read more
United Professional is a Certified PCC Waterproofing Contractor. What is a Certified PCC Contractor? Contractors certified by the Washington State Conference of Mason Contractors have the following pre-qualifications: In business a minimum of 5 years In good standing with the Washington State Department of Labor and all contractor registration requirements Completed a rigorous 50 …Read more
United Professional and the Bravern Signature Residences was awarded the “Honor Award for Weatherproofing” at the 2010 Excellence in Masonry Design Awards Banquet. The project award was highlighted in the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce on Friday March 19, 2010. “We really do believe in the “team” concept and want our subcontractors to be successful. I believe …Read more
Our crews spent 4 days in prep and repair of the concrete. Then we applied an underlayment followed by our waterproofing. Thus begins our 2 week water test. Click a video below to watch our testing process.
Over $50 Million in contracts completed without a claim! This is an extreme rarety in the industry. This graphically demonstrates the integrity and quality of work Unipro delivers.
I want to thank Ross Wildman with the Masonry Institute of Washington for hosting another great Sealant Seminar today. Speaking with 20 architects in attendance we enjoyed a lively group with plenty of questions and participation. It was good to hear from our architectural friends in Tacoma that there is still some work out there! …Read more