Tag: geogrids

A geogrid is geosynthetic material used to reinforce soils and similar materials. Geogrids are commonly used to reinforce retaining walls, as well as subbases or subsoils below roads or structures. Soils pull apart under tension. Compared to soil, geogrids are strong in tension.

Geosynthetics for Roadway Construction

Geosynthetics for Roadway Construction

Ever since the Romans used palm fronds and other plant fiber matting to reinforce the sub-bases of their famous roads, fabrics have been used to improve road longevity and performance. Modern road construction methods rely on a family of materials called geosynthetics to achieve the same results. But these more sophisticated materials can

A Necessary Support System

A Necessary Support System

Ever since the Romans used palm fronds and other plant fiber matting to reinforce the sub-bases of their famous roads, fabrics have been used to improve road longevity and performance. Modern road construction methods rely on a family of materials called geosynthetics to achieve the same results. But these more sophisticated materials can

Working the Channels

Working the Channels

For erosion control specialists, channel stabilization can bring a host of challenges. Working around water means choosing solutions that will be durable and environmentally friendly at the same time. Approaches may include the combination of hard and soft armor or vegetative techniques.

Retaining Wall Project Profiles

Retaining Wall Project Profiles

Retaining walls have become so much a part of our environment that most people barely notice them. However, professionals realize how much they have changed over the years and what an asset they have become. The ability to provide strength and integrity makes some projects possible that once would have

Geogrids for Stabilizing Steep Slopes

Geogrids for Stabilizing Steep Slopes

The steep slopes and compressible soils caused concern that the road might, sometime in the future, shift and even crack if precast concrete panel retaining walls were used. Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) officials suggested that 1:1 slope reinforcement with geogrid be used instead.

A Graceful Strength

A Graceful Strength

Retaining walls have become so much a part of our environment that most people barely notice them. However, professionals realize how much they have changed over the years and what an asset they have become. The ability to provide strength and integrity makes some projects possible that once would have

Maintaining Stability

Maintaining Stability

After consistently being named one of the best communities in which to live in the US, the city of Apex, NC, finally reached the #1 spot in 2015, according to Money magazine.

Landfill Liners and Covers Put a Lock on Leachate

Landfill Liners and Covers Put a Lock on Leachate

There are two driving factors: the liner and the cover. How they are designed and installed, what materials are used, and how it is maintained play a significant role in achieving a high degree of assurance of environmental integrity throughout the period in which post-closure care is required.

Experts agree that

Building a Bigger Wall

Building a Bigger Wall

While retaining wall technology has evolved, their primary function to hold back earth has changed little over the centuries. Innovations in modern engineering have made the traditional materials of stone, cement, and mortars combine with the latest products to perform near miracles.

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