Arizona's Premier Foundation Repair Contractor
With the building substantially lifted (less minor adjustments), we focused our attention on the compaction grouting. Much of the same challenges presented themselves similar to the pile.
For the last 12 months, we have had the opportunity to work on an industrial building that was severely distressed. Several parts of the building had sunk 15”, or more, and are continuing at more.
We are often asked which is better? Polyurethane (poly) foam injection (or mud jacking) or deep compaction grouting? The answer requires some explanation of various conditions. Generally Poly.
So you have a recommendation to pressure grout the soils to stabilize them for a structure of some sort, usually a building that is on top of the unstable soils. It seems that there is a lot of smoke.
In one of my recent posts, I discussed the various types of grouting with the applications for them, advantages and optimal uses each for each type of grouting for the various applications usually.