Site Preparation: Our team conducted a detailed site survey and prepared the construction site for the stabilization process. Safety measures were implemented to protect workers and ensure the project proceeded without any incidents.
Soil Analysis: Geotechnical engineers carried out a thorough soil analysis to determine the exact composition and conditions of the soil. This analysis was critical in designing the injection strategy.
Injection Process: Using specialised equipment, we injected the chemical resin at the specified depths. The injection process involved drilling holes into the ground at the predetermined locations and injecting the resin under pressure. This allowed the resin to permeate through the soil, bonding with particles and creating a stable, reinforced subsurface.
Quality Control: Our team conducted continuous quality control checks throughout the injection process to ensure that the resin was distributed evenly and that voids were adequately filled. We also monitored soil stability during and after the injections to verify the effectiveness of the stabilisation.
Project Completion: Once the injections were completed and stability was achieved, we conducted a final assessment to confirm that the soil met the required engineering specifications. This marked the successful completion of our soil stabilization work.
Enhanced Safety: The risk of soil collapses during basement construction was effectively mitigated, ensuring the safety of construction workers and preventing costly accidents.
Improved Soil Stability: The injected chemical resin improved the stability of the soil, increasing its load-bearing capacity and preventing subsidence.
Long-Term Durability: The stabilised soil is expected to maintain its strength and stability over the lifespan of the apartment block, reducing the need for future maintenance or repairs.
Cost Savings: By addressing potential soil stability issues proactively, the client avoided the need for costly emergency remediation measures that could have arisen from soil collapses.
Timely Completion: The successful soil stabilisation work allowed the construction project to proceed on schedule, minimizing delays and financial losses.