Ground stabilisation refers to the injection of pumpable grout material into a soil and or rock formation to enhance the physical characteristics. The makeup of the grout will depend on the soil and rock formation to be grouted, area and type of voids to be treated.
The grouting process commences with the installation of boreholes on a predetermined grid layout.
Grout is then pumped under pressure to the area requiring treatment which can include historic mine workings.
The ground stabilisation services we offer are:
Grouting can also be carried out from an existing basement or locations with limited headroom, and it is possible to drill through hard material to reach the low strength strata beneath for treatment.
We provide customers with a differentiated and highly professional service, including: