News

Release Date: September 3, 2014
Conproco introduces RePoint, a Portland/Lime repointing mortar without additives or polymers for the historic repointing market.
Release Date: September 30, 2013
Our hours have changed. Customer Service hours are now 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. This shift is permanent in response to the hours of our customers.
Release Date: Summer 2013
Applicator Magazine interviews our President and founder, Chris Brown.
Lessons of Experience
Release Date: April 15, 2013
Conproco is excited to announce the opening of our Mid-Atlantic Resource Center (MARC) on April 22nd, 2013. A companion facility to our exisiting New Hampshire North East Resource Center (NERC), MARC is conveniently located in Baltimore just minutes from the I-95 and I-695 interchange.
MARC is a multi-faceted facility offering hands-on educational programs for design professionals and contractors, state-of-the art color matching for all of our protective coatings and stone repair mortars, and AIA approved courses in a variety of masonry and concrete related topics.
All Conproco products will be available at MARC, and on-site color matching will significantly reduce turn-around time. Our contractor customers now have the option to place orders with our dealer partners and pick-up directly from us. With our form & pump, hand patching, very rapid setting mortars, facade repair coatings and water repellents in stock,
it is all there for you when you need it.
MARC is located at 3 Nashua Court, Suite G in Baltimore, MD 21221.
Located off Kelso Drive, we are just off Route 40.
Check our website, facebook or twitter sites for updates on our Grand Opening event and future classes. Or call us at (800) 258-3500 for details.
Release Date: September 2012
Conproco introduces Injection Grout. This single component, breathable, high flow material can be used to fill hairline to 3/4″ cracks in masonry and concrete. Available in 8 standard colors, Injection Grout offers a repair material for delamination and transverse cracking that is fully compatible with the existing substrate.
Injection Grout can be retempered and has a long pot life, making it easy to use in any jobsite environment.
View Injection Grout product bulletin
Call us today for a sample.
Release Date: June 2012
The First Presbyterian Church project in Wilmington, North Carolina was the featured subject of the Sealant, Waterproofing & Restoration Institute’s Spring 2012 Applicator magazine issue. A copy of the article is available here. For information on the Conproco products used, as well as high resolution photos, please see our project profile.
Spring 2012 Applicator magazine article
The First Presbyterian Church project profile
Release Date: May 8, 2012
The Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia just selected 3 Conproco projects as winners of their annual awards. Congratulations to the specifiers and contractors involved in the Arch Street Methodist Church Window project, the Saint Francis de Sales Church project and West Chester University’s Recitation Hall. For more details about these projects, check the link below, or go to our project profile page.
Preservation Alliance article
Release Date: January 17, 2012
Conproco is excited to announce that Larry Burkhardt has joined our sales and technical team as Eastern Regional Manager. Larry has over 14 years of experience in the industry; including 12 years with Cathedral Stone Products (Jahn). He most recently worked with Allied Building Products in their concrete and waterproofing division. Larry will support our reps in DC, Maryland, Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Delaware.
Release Date: January 1, 2012
Restoration of the landmark Saint Francis de Sales church domes in Philadelphia was recently completed using our M3P mineral silicate paints. Links below provide additional information.
philadelphiaheights.wordpress.com
hiddencityphila.org
www.newsworks.org
Release Date: May 26, 2011
Caretti Restoration & Preservation Services, LLC continues work on West Chester University’s Recitation Hall. MIMIC repair mortar in a variety of custom blended shades of yellow and green is being used to simulate Serpentine stone.
Release Date: May 19, 2011
Our Express Set formula is now even better! Our pour-into-place repair mortar
for parking structures, bridge decks, industrial floors and other horizontal applications is now lighter to work with and features increased flowability.
Release Date: April 25, 2011
Our hours have changed. Customer Service hours are now 7:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. This shift is permanent in response to the hours of our customers.
Release Date: October 20, 2010
ICRI awards the façade restoration of the First Presbyterian Church of Wilmington, North Carolina an Award of Merit in the Historic Category. Using Conproco products, Seager Waterproofing, Inc., Engineered Concepts Consulting Engineers and Sutton-Kennerly did an outstanding job of restoring this structure.
Release Date: September 29, 2010
ProMasonry website is updated providing easy-to-access information of all the materials in the growing ProMasonry product offering.

Release Date: September 29, 2010

The easy-to-navigate Conproco website gets a major over haul. Functionality remains the same but content is updated to match the recently issued “Black Book”.

Release Date: August 1, 2010

The popular “Black Book” is revised and updated with new charts to help to select the proper trowel/floats to use with each product as well as a table providing material curing guidance at various temperatures. Also included is a “recoat” chart.

Release Date: June 7, 2010

Long-time industry expert Don Michaud joins Conproco as National Accounts Manager. Don will be responsible for developing our relationship with key design professionals, government agencies and leading contractors.

Release Date: May 1, 2010

Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (ESC) announced today that it has signed an agreement with Conproco Corp. for the “Collaboration for the Research and Development of a Crack Resistant Durable Concrete Repair Material and a System to Guide Concrete Repairs”.

Release Date: January, 2010

Conproco presents to US Navy the results of a three-year effort to develop a durable concrete repair material using innovative high-content recycled material.

Release Date: January, 2010

Conproco introduces innovative polymeric sand for concrete paver applications. Product colors include beige, gray and black. Unique high-strength joint material designed for joints from 1/8” to 2”. A wide joint version can be used in applications exceeding 4 inches.