Strengthening the foundations and waterlogged ground of the administrative building as part of the reconstruction project

Strengthening of foundation and the ground
Category
Municipal buildings
Object
The administrative building under reconstruction
Focus
Strengthening the foundation and watered ground
Location
Tambov region
Time of work
2017 г.
The timing
3 days
TECHNOLOGY
DEEP INJECTION

Solvable problem:

Increase the load-bearing capacity of watered soils and foundation in sewer conditions.

Source data:

The existing administrative building was under project for adding extra floors. However, during a detailed survey of the building structures and foundation soils, the design organization revealed insufficient load-bearing capacity of the watered soils at the base of the foundations.

Goal:

Increase the load-bearing capacity of the soil at the base of the foundations.

Applied technology:

The solution of this problem in the cramped conditions of the premises was made possible by the URETEK technology using the DEEP INJECTION method.

Result:

Due to the injection of the URETEK geopolymer composite into the watered soil under the foundation level, a hardened volume was formed in the base, which increased the strength and deformation characteristics of the weak base.

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