Culvert soil loss was resulting in the weakening of the roadway and causing it to settle. To repair the issue, ECRR treated the soils with NCFI’s Terra-Lok™ 24-120.
Polyurethane foam void filling provides unique advantages for filling voids large or small, whether around structures or for stabilizing an area from erosion.
The city of Louisville needed to fill the cavities in the rock to create a flat plane in order to tie in rebar forms to construct the facility’s concrete walls and foundation.
Erosion underneath concrete slab highway was creating unsightly and potentially dangerous driving conditions requiring a lift under I-29 and Highway 94
Potholes, settled roadway and bridge approach slabs, dips, caused by a variety of problems such as soil subsidence, vibration, washout, poor base soils
Soil Subsidence and base soil loss led to sinkhole-like conditions and the collapse of a walkway at a Kentucky Water Treatment Center.
Polyurethane trench breakers for a 24-mile Natural Gas Distribution Pipeline
Void fill, Soil Stabilization, Inflow and Infiltration Mitigation of over 1 mile of Culvert in Richmond, BC
TerraThane 24-042 is used to backfill and stabilize a 14′ Stormwater Culvert in North Carolina
Spillway rehabilitation stabilizing soil subsidence and erosion caused by water seepage through the dam in Neshoba County, MS