The ability of plaza deck systems to provide waterproofing protection and extend concrete life is its most essential feature. Its two main components—concrete and steel—provide stability, strength, and integrity. Moisture infiltration can cause either of these to fail, which would result in instability of the commercial roof deck systems. Plaza deck systems consist of commercial waterproofing membranes that provide protection and are also flexible, allowing movement of the building. Plaza deck systems can be on rooftops, a floating deck room, ground level, or even below ground level. Most are concrete; however, some can have additional metal or commercial composite decking materials depending on the design. Plaza deck systems can completely transform a building or even an unused city block. The city of El Paso, Texas, is creating a green and recreational plaza deck system built over the I-10 downtown corridor. According to ElPasoMatters.org, it will “include green spaces with trees and parks and could link active transportation infrastructure like the El Paso Streetcar to the Paso del Norte Trail.” Below is a guide to plaza deck details to help you create a plaza deck system and exterior maintenance with as much prestige and attractiveness as possible. What Is a Plaza Deck? A plaza deck system is a concrete construction that serves as a roof and a floor for a public space. Plaza deck systems are at or above ground level. Commercial roof deck systems provide a public green space area that is open to pedestrians and, in some cases, automobiles….