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Soil Mixing services for Soil and Groundwater

  • Compressed Earthen Blocks

    Compressed Earthen blocks are made from local soils with around 30% clay, local soils, sand and where possible landfill waste, like builders rubble, as a component of the block. These blocks can cost much less than standard building blocks and are much more thermally and structurally efficient than Cinder Blocks. These blocks can cost much less ...

    By Environmental Solutions International based in Hemet, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Ground Improvement Methods & Design Services

    There are various treatment techniques that are available to improve the condition of poor or unstable ground by altering the nature of the soil insitu. For example, where loose sands or man- made fill are encountered, deep densification methods can be used to increase the density of the material to a degree that allows for construction of shallow ...

    By GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. based in Bloomfield, CONNECTICUT (USA).

  • Soil Mixing Services

    Geo-Con offers state-of-the-art techniques to remediate soil and wastes in-situ, including In-Situ Solidification/Stabilization (often referred to as ISS or S/S). Geo-Con utilizes two techniques of vertical auger mixing, Shallow Soil Mixing (SSM) and Deep Soil Mixing (DSM). Both SSM and DSM offer the advantage of cost savings through remediation ...

    By Geo-Con, Inc. based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Waste Remediation & Transportation

    United’s experienced personnel have successfully constructed systems for the remediation of soil and or groundwater using designs and methods.

    By United Pumping Service, Inc based in City of Industry, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Engineered Containment and Cut off Walls

    HBR can design and construct an array of low permeability containment systems to mitigate contaminant migration in the subsurface. These include vertical barriers (walls), basal barriers (floors) and surface barriers (caps).

    By Heijmans Blackwell Remediation Ltd based in Essex, UNITED KINGDOM. from Engineered Containment and Cut off Walls Service line

  • Jet Grouting Services

    Geo-Con provides a range of innovative grouting techniques that can be performed as a stand-alone solution or used in conjunction with soil mixing or vertical barrier technologies to address a variety of challenging subsurface conditions.

    By Geo-Con, Inc. based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Cutter Soil Mixing Services

    Cutter soil mixing (CSM) provides a cost-effective solution for the rapid construction of retaining and cut-off walls by mixing soil in-situ with a cement/bentonite grout. Like traditional walls, the CSM wall consists of adjacent male and female panels. Depending on soil conditions and specific project requirements, the soil is mixed and grouted, ...

    By Nicholson Construction Company based in Cuddy, PENNSYLVANIA (USA). from Cutter Soil Mixing Services Service line

  • Ground Stabilization/Settlement & Liquefaction Mitigation Services

    Shallow Soil Mixing – Mass Solidification. Deep Soil Mixing. Wet & Dry Soil Mixing. Soilcrete Columns. Overlapping Columns. In-Situ Gravity Retaining Walls. Excavator Bucket Mixing.

    By ENTACT, LLC based in Grapevine, TEXAS (USA). from Ground Stabilization/Settlement & Liquefaction Mitigation Services Service line

  • Structural Support Services

    Auger Cast Piling. Wet Soil Mixing. Steel Sheet Piles & Soldier Piles. Cement/Slurry Grouting.

    By ENTACT, LLC based in Grapevine, TEXAS (USA). from Structural Support Services Service line

  • Mixed-In-Place / Cutter Soil Mixing

    The term mixed-in-place (MIP) describes the process of mixing the existing soil and a binder suspension in-situ. Sealing elements such as cut-off walls can be produced this way. The method can also be used to immobilise contaminants in-situ – thus avoiding the necessity of excavation of the contaminated material. The Cutter Soil Mixing (CSM ...

    By BAUER Resources GmbH based in Schrobenhausen, GERMANY. from Mixed-In-Place / Cutter Soil Mixing Service line

  • Soil Mixing

    When a site is unsuitable for in-situ remedial material injection due to the high contamination present in the shallow, unsaturated zone, soil mixing can be employed to quickly reduce concentrations to below hazardous waste standards.  The most common application of soil mixing is when soils are above the HAZ disposal limit and need to be ...

    By Innovative Environmental Technologies, Inc. (IET) based in Pipersville, PENNSYLVANIA (USA). from Soil Mixing Service line

  • Waste Management / Environmental Remediation

    Waste site remediation experience extends from feasibility studies and preliminary site characterization through remedial design and its implementation. Our staff has extensive experience in the innovative and cost effective application of bentonite amended soils used in caps and liners and soil mixed containment using either slurry walls, deep ...

    By IGES, Inc. based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA).

  • Stabilisation / Solidification (S/S)

    This process can be carried out insitu using either modified continuous flight auger soil mixing equipment or power mixers, which are attached to the arm of a long reach excavator, or exsitu using traditional excavators, batching plants and ancillary equipment. HBR has leading experts within the S/S field, who have wealth of experience in numerous ...

    By Heijmans Blackwell Remediation Ltd based in Essex, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Soil Mixing Services

    Soil Mixing technology is the latest generation of soil mixing, injecting and mixing binding agents (generally cement) with the aid of water and air with in-situ soils to produce a  final hardened product.  Once cured, these mixed soil/cement elements are capable of supporting soils and retaining groundwater for deep excavations, ...

    By Advanced Construction Techniques Ltd. (ACT) based in King, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Soil Mixing Services Service line

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