Water in basement/wet cement - advice?
We are in the middle of refinishing the basement in our new house. Managed to strip off the old asbestos tiles, put up framing and apply 3" closed cell spray foam. Money started to get tight with the scope of the other projects in the house so we put the blueboard/plaster/carpet on hold. Good thing as we just got 3 days of rain with major flooding in Massachusetts! We have twin sumps and only ended up with about an inch of water at one wall. It has not reached the top of the DriCore panels and the rain has stopped.
This wall faces the front of the house and there are a few remediation steps yet to do. The downspouts on the side of the house face straight down and will be redirected a few feet away. Also, the sump drains out maybe 4 feet in front of the house (will be tied to the outflow pipe in future hopefully). I think that will go far in helping with future storms. however, that one slab of concrete looks wet and I'm wondering if anyone here has other suggestions on what should be done to prevent this in the future. Pix below.
Same side of house but on opposite side of laundry room. By the way, the laundry room does not have any spray foam (due to the pipes) and the concrete is bone dry.