Mapei supplies products for 2010 Olympic venues in Vancouver

In preparation for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, Mapei provided 41 different products that contractors used for concrete restoration, surface preparation, waterproofing and flooring installation in six Vancouver venues, including the Vancouver Olympic Headquarters (Campus 2010), Richmond Speed Skating Oval, Olympic/Paralympic Centre, Canada Hockey Place (GM Place), Olympic and Paralympic Village Vancouver and the East and West buildings of the Main Media Centre at Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre.

In addition, Mapei expanded its facilities in Delta, B.C., to help handle the requirements of ongoing construction in the province. The manufacturing plant in the Vancouver suburb has grown from 32,700 square feet to 77,000 square feet, with additional warehouse space and new offices to better serve Mapei customers in western Canada.

Mapei has been supplying concrete restoration and flooring installation systems to Olympic venues across the Americas and around the world since 1972. Their products are already being used in the construction of sites for the upcoming 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England, and the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Byelorussia.

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