Pressure Grouting

Posted by GCS on May 20, 2019 3:05:44 PM

Pressure Grouting

Pressure GroutingUnstable soil is a constant threat to structures and slabs that depend on a solid foundation. Ground Consolidation Services employs pressure grouting to repair problem soil under your valuable structure.

Compaction Grouting

Compaction grouting is the creation of solid columns of grout beneath the slab or structure. Non-permeable cohesive soil requires displacing the unstable problem areas (voids, sections of loose soil, etc.) and replacing them with high-strength polyurethane.

Permeation Grouting

Permeation grouting the mixing of grout with the soil beneath the slab or structure. Loose sandy or rocky soil requires complete permeation with high-strength polyurethane in order to create a solid mass.

Both types of pressure grouting provide lasting support for your valuable buildings and infrastructure.

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