A-Ha Waterproof Technology Co., Ltd, a provider of world-level waterproof technology specializing in leakage prevention, is recognized in the international communities, such as the United States and China.
Since its unique ‘dry adhesive complex sheets waterproof method’, a waterproofing technology, was certified by the Korean government in 2014, A-Ha Waterproof Technology Co., Ltd successfully completed construction of the third phase common ducts and other structures at the Incheon International Airport, using its ‘reverse or outside waterproofing technology’. Being an outside waterproofing technology by covering lower waterproofing layer, walls and upper waterproofing layer by combining dry adhesive complex sheets with dry seal, it can be applied to building underground roads, cable tunnels, electric power tunnels, common ducts, ammunition storages and bunkers.
In an open tender competing with a dozen Korean and foreign companies, including the U.S.-based Grace, Korea-based Nabi T&C and Renew System, A-Ha Waterproof Technology Co., Ltd won the project from the Incheon International Airport in 2014. And the company demonstrated excellence in waterproofing technology as the block constructed by it did not show leakage.
After undergoing financial difficulties for years, we are stabilized with facilities and equipments with increased orders from the public sector. With growing demand from the United States and China, we now can expect stronger growth in sales,” said Ahn Dong-su, Chief Executive Officer of A-Ha Waterproof Technology Co., Ltd.
Korea Land and Housing Corporation chose to use the adhesive complex sheets of A-Ha Waterproof Technology Co., Ltd, and the company concluded an exclusive contract with PDI World Group, a leading architectural design company in the United States, for distributing its waterproofing products in North America. PDI World Group designed several high buildings, such as 107-story Lotte Hotel in Busan, Bexco in Busan, convention center in Daegu and Hyundai I-Park Apartment Complex in Seoul.