Injecting low-mobility grout to densify loose soils or unstable ground under buildings, structures, roadbeds, railroads, or runways, and then lift the structure or ground back to its original elevation, without excavation.
Kodiak - Angling injection pipes to raise inside office area not accessible from inside.
Kodiak - Injection pipes ready to grout and injection equipment and level to monitor elevation.
Palmer - Very small unit can insert pipes with 8' headroom.
Kodiak - Inserting injection pipes under foundation to lift building
Healy - Inserting grout pipes in tight quarters to lift building.
Healy - Layout of grout equip to stabilize ground and lift building.
Healy - Finishing injection at lowest point, raising it 3" while monitoring pressure and ground movement.
Healy - Low-mobility grout is used to make continuous grout columns underground and control movement.
Palmer - Stabilizing and lifting the outside.
Boeke Ice Arena - Injection pipes driven down 18' in settled area to stabilize ground and lift 1-3".