Commercial Foundation Repair Services in Iowa & Nebraska.
Commercial foundation repairs have been performed by Peerless Compaction Grouting, Inc. dba URETEK ICR Heartland to address instability and settlement that may be the result of uncompacted soils, unfilled voids, erosion, settlement issues, and other problems resulting from loose soils. We have extensive knowledge in improving the weight-bearing capacity of subsurface soils by utilizing lightweight, patented, expansive geo-polymers. Utilizing the URETEK Deep Injection Method® soil densification resulting in foundation reinforcement and often lift of settled foundations is the result. These methods provide the customer with a cost effective process with no excavation required.
Warehouse repairs in Nebraska & Iowa.
Concrete slab lifting utilizing structural geo-polymers.
Utilizing both the URETEK Method® and URETEK Deep Injection® we are able to provide warehouse repair services (IA & NE). We are able to address concrete slab settlement issues utilizing the URETEK Method® by drilling small diameter holes in the affected sunken concrete slab and injecting a high-strength expansive polymer that stabilizes, void-fills, and lifts sunken slabs. Treated concrete slabs are typically able to be precisely leveled with these targeted injections. Work of this nature can typically be performed with minimal disruption to ongoing operations. Injection sites can often be spaced so as to accommodate existing layout depending on the settlement issues.
Warehouse repairs involving foundation repair (Commercial & Industrial)
In facilities with issues that are more structurally significant than a sunken concrete slab such as actual settlement of the foundation, the URETEK Deep Injection® process will prove valuable. The Deep Injection process requires no excavation in order to treat the affected foundation. Small injection probes are placed in order to deliver targeted injections of the structural geo-polymers. The injected polymer material will densify the soils, stabilize the surrounding area, and typically provide lift to the foundation itself. All of these processes are completed while being monitored with lasers to carefully to ensure adequate but not excessive lift.