Beaubien Street Suspended Walkway Level 2, Renaissance Center
Detroit, Michigan
Concrete Restoration

Chezcore, Inc, was the contractor of choice to perform a very challenging concrete restoration project at the Beaubien Street suspended walkway, Level 2 at the Renaissance Center. The project consisted of the removal of 600 running feet of deteriorated cast in place concrete fascia beam, getting back to the original reinforcement bars. A new concrete fascia beam was formed and poured with the design calling for embedded anchors that allowed for a new architectural glass & stainless steel knee wall with precast cladding to be installed.

The project also included over 1000 square feet of random top deck and underside beam support concrete repairs. In addition, a new urethane coating system was installed on the horizontal surface of the top deck, producing a long lasting, aesthetically pleasing wear surface. The project was especially challenging since it was required to be performed during off hours as to not disturb the owners ongoing business. This necessitated the closing of Beaubien Street proper on a nightly basis for the work to be performed and reopening it the next day for automobile traffic.

Restoration of Beaubien Street Suspended Walkway at Renaissance Center - Detroit, Michigan

Restoration of Beaubien Street Suspended Walkway at Renaissance Center - Detroit, Michigan


Chezcore, Inc.
2000 Division Street · Detroit, Michigan 48207
Office 313/962-1400 · Fax 313/962-6052
24 Hour Emergency Service: 1-877-748-9966
info@chezcore.com