Mechanically Stabilized Earth – MSE Wall Rehabilitation Utilizing Advanced polymers.
Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) Walls are often used as reinforcing earthen structures for bridge abutments, dams, retaining walls, dikes, and similar uses. MSE walls allow for greater flexibility in addressing certain site specific design and engineering issues. Unfortunately as these structures age and degrade they may loose their structural integrity. Utilizing advanced injectable structural geo-polymers and the URETEK Deep Injection® process these structures can be stabilized and reinforced thereby extending the lifespan of the structure and saving costs.
Soil densification and void fill for MSE wall rehabilitation.
Through the process of injecting durable structural geopolymers for the purpose of MSE Wall rehabilitation, the loose soils in the problem areas can be stabilized and reinforced thereby binding the deficient areas. Deficient areas can be targeted and delivered via probe placement and the Deep Injection process. During the injection process the material will travel through the loose areas filling voids and binding soils into a solid rigid mass. The polymers that are injected are environmentally inert as well as hydro-insensitive, meaning that they will not leech contaminants and any subsurface water will not affect the structural integrity of the polymer. This process also has the added benefit of simple probe placement that does not require excavation in order for the work to be performed.
MSE Wall Repairs available in the Midwest including Iowa and Nebraska.
We are able to offer these services utilizing the URETEK process in both Iowa (IA) and Nebraska (NE). URETEK has completed over 80,000 projects over several decades and has the experience and skill required to complete the necessary MSE wall repairs utilizing these methods.
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