Earth retention systems are constructed to provide support where deep excavations are made or slope stability is a concern. The design of these systems must consider movement control, stability during construction and wall drainage.
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Soil Nails are steel reinforcing members that are installed in a uniform grid pattern and grouted to unify the soil into a cohesive mass creating a Soil Nail Wall. Soil Nail Walls are constructed in stages/lifts from the top down. The first stage of the installation involves the excavation from the top cut down to…Learn More
Slope stabilization is the resistance of an incline surface due to failure by sliding or collapsing. Slope stability analysis is based on extensive investigation of the static and dynamic stability of slopes of earthen material, embankments, excavated slopes and natural slopes in soil and shale.Learn More
Soldier Pile and Lagging is an earth retention system consisting of steel H-piles driven or placed in drilled holes.Learn More
Secant and Tangent Walls are earth retention systems consisting of a series of drilled piers strategically spaced to provide a structural wall.Learn More
A helical anchor/pile is a segmented deep foundation system with helical bearing plates welded to a central steel shaft. Load is transferred from the shaft to the soil through these bearing plates.Learn More