A soil remediation system to increase the bearing capacity of soils. The compaction application is accomplished by pumping a low slump cement grout, under intense pressure, into a particularized location of ground to compact its surrounding areas of soil. This method is also known as low mobility grouting.
Subsurface issues may include potential and active sinkholes, poorly placed fill materials, loose and settling soil from construction, liquefiable soils, and open voids.
Knowing the complexities of soil conditions means that SDI personnel can accurately pinpoint the most economical treatment required. Our proven techniques ensure speed of installation in a variety of soil conditions. Compaction grouting field work includes:
- Preconstruction Improvement
- Structural Remediation
- Sinkhole Stabilization
- Settlement Control
- Alternatives to Deep Foundation Systems
SDI equipment and personnel successfully execute projects that range in complexities, from limited areas requiring small quantities of grout to entire highway interchanges requiring more than 60,000 Cubic yards of grout. When a situation demands specialized solutions, SDI delivers results that are delivered safely, on schedule and within budget.
Specialized solutions include:
- Independent on-site batch plant to minimize costs on large projects
- Expertise in areas with difficult access and low headroom