• Infrastructure
  • Utilities

Void Filling beneath a gas sub-station – Romford, UK

Background Geobear was contacted to use it’s geoopolymer material to fill a void beneath a gas substation. The substation is situated on a slab supported at both ends by concrete rafts, visual inspections indicated the presence of a void beneath the centre of the slab. The void, caused by a combination of wash out and […]

  • Roads

Road Stabilisation – Southampton Docks approach

Keeping disruption to a minimum is a major issue when deciding how best to carry out carriageway repairs. So, when Southampton City Council needed to stabilise concrete slabs on an approach to the city’s docks last month, it wanted a solution that would complete the job quickly and allow the road to remain open. By […]

  • Public buildings

Seaton Deleval Hall Ground Improvement

Client: Historic Properties Limited Background Seaton Delaval Hall is a Grade I listed country house on the coastline in Northumberland, England, situated between Seaton Sluice and Seaton Delaval, It was designed by Sir John Vanbrugh in 1718 for Admiral George Delaval, now owned by the National Trust and more recently opened to the general public. […]

  • Roads

Nottingham EZ1 – Void filling and stabilisation

Client: C A Blackwell Background The client had recently constructed  an access road and bridge into a new enterprise zone on the outskirts of Nottingham. The water main running beneath the embankment and feeding in to the adjacent Boots factory fractured some time after the completion of the work causing a significant amount of damage […]

  • Roads

M61 Duckworth – Stabilisation

Client: bbmmjv Background The M61 is a busy motorway linking the M60 to the south of Bolton and the M6 just south of Preston. A ground improvement solution was required due to washout of abutment fill material caused by a fractured drainage pipe / valve. An area measuring 1.5 x 1.5m within the northbound hard […]

  • Airports

Luton Airport Slab Stabilisation

Background The concrete slabs that for the taxiway at Luton Airport have been in place for 12 years. Whilst the vast proportion of slabs themselves are operationally sound, in some areas there is rocking occurring as a consequence of the fines beneath the slab being gradually washed out over time. The client required an urgent […]

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