Subsurface conditions can vary greatly within a single job site. The characteristics of the in situ soil play a crucial role in determining which ground improvement technique or group of techniques is best.
Contact Helitech CCD for more information about how our ground improvement solutions can help your next project. Call us at 800-246-9721 or fill out the form to the right.
We offer geotechnical solutions of Micropiles, Vibratory Stone Columns, Earth Shoring, and other deep foundations. Fill out the form below or contact us at 877-651-3602.
Cut-off walls (water intrusion) involve the insention of tubularochette (hollow tube) into the earth in a strategic grid pattern throughout the effective water intrusion area and injecting chemical grout through the hollow tube. Thus, permeating through the soil and chemically reacting (expanding) when in contact with water, and providing a barrier to restrict water intrusion.Learn More
Soil Mixing is the process of adding grout and reagent to the soil by introducing water and mixing to a slurry consistency.Learn More
Vibratory stone columns (VSC) are compacted columns of aggregate that are installed through existing soils to improve the geotechnical properties of the soil matrix.Learn More
Jet Grouting is the process of drilling a hole into the soil with a small diameter rod system. Typically, a 70mm-130 mm diameter rod used to inject a fluid under high pressure while rotating andretrieving the rod.Learn More
Compaction Grouting is the process of injecting grout into a soil to improve bearing capacity. A low slump grout is injected under high pressure to expand bulbs in a controlled system through an injection pipe. The injected grout pushes the soil to the side as it forms a column or bulb. Compaction Grouting is often utilized where there is limited access for retrofit applications.Learn More
Each construction site has potential for significant sediment runoff. In most cases, as a site is being developed, civil construction contractors must do take the proper steps to control erosion. Helitech Civil Construction Division can help you to take the necessary erosion control measures into your building plans to prevent runoff generated by land development. […]Learn More
Vibratory Concrete Columns (VCCs) are used in areas that require higher loads and are installed through very soft soils (commonly peat or other organic deposits) in order to transfer loads to a more competent load-bearing strata. Vibro concrete columns are used in cases where the soils are so soft and unstable that installation of stone […]Learn More
As increasing yields necessitate expansion in grain storage and drying capacity, Helitech Civil Construction Division is here to ensure your grain system will stand for generations to come. As grain towers reach higher into the sky, the loads they place on the ground magnifies. If the soil beneath the bin is too compressible or has […]Learn More