University of Georgia Bulldogs, Sanford Stadium

Georgia

Date: 2006, 2007

Expansion Joint Coverplates replaced SJS SYSTEM supplied with integral hanger bars is laid out next to joint opening. Blockouts left by previous failed system have been filled with EMSEAL elastomeric, sound-absorbing nosing material.

U of Georgia Replaces Stadium Concourse Expansion Joint Cover Plates with SJS SYSTEM

Expansion joint cover plates are commonly used to bridge structural expansion joint openings. While inexpensive, they are not effective and usually leak, loosen, clatter and end up costing a lot in the long run. The SJS System is ideally suited to provide watertight treatment of large concourse and tread and riser joints.  Shown here replacing rubber-encased coverplates in a stadium concourse.

SJS System supplied with integral hanger bars is laid out next to joint opening. Blockouts left by previous failed system have been filled with EMSEAL elastomeric, sound-absorbing nosing material.

SJS SYSTEM is installed into joint opening without any invasive anchors. Hanger bars are removed.

SJS System is installed into joint opening without any invasive anchors. Hanger bars are removed.

SJS SYSTEM coverplates are laid down and screwed into central spline. Note: worn and rusted rubber-encased coverplate on right that is being replaced with SJS SYSTEM.

SJS System coverplates are laid down and screwed into central spline. Note: worn and rusted rubber-encased coverplate on right that is being replaced with SJS System.