The Bethlehem Area School District Stadium Grandstands were built in 1939. Seating over 13,000 fans, and serving 3 high schools, the grandstands sustain heavy pedestrian traffic. Each steel grandstand is anchored in place by 2 long concrete structures which include the steps and lowermost walkways. The steel grandstands expand and contract a great deal, even in the course of a single day. Years of freeze/thaw cycling had taken a toll on the concrete elements, which serve as concrete “curbs” and keep the structures from moving forward. Concrete repairs were completed using Conpro Primer as a bonding primer for repair materials to hardened concrete, Conpro One Shot 2C, a resurfacing material, and Conpro Set repair mortar. A breathable waterproof pedestrian deck coating system, consisting of Elastideck and Super Color Stain, was then applied. Conpro Lastic elastomeric paint was applied as a protective waterproof coating to the vertical surfaces. A concrete retaining wall was also repaired and recoated.