We are a growing company that target construction companies of all sizes that require a self-healing concrete solution for their building projects.
Cracks in concrete are a common phenomenon due to its relatively low tensile strength. The durability of concrete is impaired by cracks since they provide an easy path for the transportation of liquids and gases that potentially contain harmful substances. If microcracks grow and reach the reinforcement, not only the concrete itself may be attacked, but also the reinforcement steel bars will be corroded.
The crumbling Gardiner is a contentious problem that has plagued Toronto for decades. In 2014 and 2015, Toronto City Council received 17 calls about concrete falling from the expressway (The Star 26-05-2015).
Micro organism based self-healing is a capable solution for sustainable improvement of concrete. A healing agent that works when bacteria embedded in the concrete convert nutrients into limestone.
In previous solutions, The costs of adding the healing agent to concrete when something is being built from scratch are high, about $27-$54 per cubic metre of concrete which is very costly in large scales.
Self-healing concrete could solve the problem of concrete structures deteriorating well before the end of their service life. CONCREHEAL increase the lifespan of many civil engineering structures.
He will determine the Company’s mission and strategic direction as conveyed through policies and concrete objectives. He will allocate material, human, and financial resources to implement organisational policies and programs and support investment decisions. He will ensure compliance with Canada’s legal requirements – including provincial, municipal, and industry-specific regulations, such as labour laws. He will establish financial and administrative controls to create optimum working conditions, assess the Company’s visual image, and suggest improvements to sales and marketing if needed.
He is a professional engineer with over 14 years of experience working in the Petrochemical Industry and Power Industry. As the Chief Operations Officer, he will develop and implement growth strategies. Mr. Mehran Nematollahy will act as a liaison between Concrete Healing and its clients in order to ensure high-quality assurance. He will raise capital through outside investors to help foster growth and obtain sales goals while also evaluating newly implemented sales plans. He will measure the effectiveness and efficiency of operational processes both internally and externally in order to find a way to improve Concrete Healing’s operations.
He has a comprehensive knowledge of financial processes and is able to efficiently streamline operations and reduce operating expenses. Mr. Hosseini will develop the financial well-being of the Company by providing financial projections and accounting services, preparing growth plans, and directing staff. As the Chief Financial Officer, he will be responsible for designing systems, accumulating resources, resolving problems, and implementing changes throughout the organisation. Mr. Seyed Hossein Hosseini’s experience will allow him to develop ConcreteHealing’s prospects by studying economic trends and revenue opportunities, projecting acquisition and expansion prospects, and analysing the Company’s operations.
Mr. Kourosh Khadang is a performance-driven professional with over 17 years of experience in the international business environment with an extensive engineering and construction background. As the Chief Product Officer, Mr. Kourosh Khadang will develop a vision and set the strategic direction of Concrete Healing’s products which aligns with customer needs, business growth, and overall technology strategy. He will own and drive the whole product lifecycle from design, launch, and developing cross-functional partnerships. Mr. Kourosh Khadang will define product requirements and roadmaps, including things such as feasibility, time, cost, and impact, and ensuring that they are in line with Concrete Healing’s vision and strategy.
Concrete Healing will create and develop a self-healing concrete solution by a new formulation that will solve the problem of concrete structures deterioration well before the end of their service life as it will convert nutrients into limestone. One of the biggest advantages of Concrete Healing’s manufacturing process is that the quality of self-healing concrete is rigorously controlled through specialised testing procedures created by the Quality Control Assistant and the Cement Production Supervisors.
Repair of conventional concrete structures usually involves applying a concrete mortar which is bonded to the damaged surface. Sometimes, the mortar needs to be keyed into the existing structure with metal pins to ensure that it does not fall away. Repairs can be particularly time consuming and expensive because it is often very difficult to gain access to the structure to make repairs, especially if they are underground or at a great height.
Self-healing concrete could stop solve the problem of concrete structure deteriorating well before the end of their service-life.
A micro-organism based healing agent that works when bacteria embedded in the concrete convert the nutrients into limestones.
Concrete healing aims to improve the life-span of civil engineering project.