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.

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Vibro Stone Columns

Ground Improvement Tool: Vibro Stone Columns Vibro stone columns are an array of pillars made of crushed stone placed into [...]

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Wick Drains

Where deep fills are required to achieve design grade or surcharge loading is required to consolidate a site prior to [...]

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Ground Improvement for Grain Bin Systems

Ground Improvement Solutions Helitech offers a wide range of solutions to meet project demands and soil condition requirements including: Aggregate [...]

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Erosion Control

Each construction site has potential for significant sediment runoff. In most cases, as a site is being developed, civil construction [...]

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Compaction Grouting

Compaction Grouting is the process of injecting grout into a soil to improve bearing capacity. A low slump grout is [...]

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Jet Grouting

Jet Grouting is the process of drilling a hole into the soil with a small diameter rod system. A small [...]

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Soil Mixing

Soil Mixing is the process of adding grout and reagent to the soil by introducing water and mixing to a [...]

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Ground Water Control

Ground water control (also referred to as construction dewatering) includes various applications to keep ground water from entering excavations or [...]

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