Visitor’s Center for Eastern U.S.’s Most Popular Rock Climbing Destination Needs Concrete Slab Lifting Without Closing Doors

Seneca Rocks Discovery Center, the visitor’s center for the eastern U.S.’s most popular rock-climbing destination, had a problem common to concrete slab foundations: erosion beneath the slabs caused voids that left areas of the center with uneven spots—some up to thee inches—and created tripping dangers for the thousands of visitors to one of the most popular scenic attractions in West Virginia. Any solution had to be quick, clean, affordable, and not cause inconvenience for the thousands of visitors to the U.S. Forestry Service building.