Site Assessment: The project commenced with a detailed site assessment. It revealed that water from the neighboring property had been infiltrating beneath the internal slab, causing soil erosion and uneven settlement.
Solution Design: A specialized solution was designed to address the subsidence issue. It involved the use of a combination of injection materials, SJ-60 and SJ-40, to raise and stabilize the affected areas of the warehouse's internal slab. This approach was chosen for its effectiveness in addressing subsidence due to soil erosion.
Implementation: The injection works commenced promptly and were carried out efficiently over a seven-day period. Injection points were strategically located to lift and level the slab, focusing on areas with the most significant subsidence.
Quality Control: Throughout the project, real-time monitoring of subsidence levels and slab stability was conducted to ensure that the remediation efforts were achieving the desired results. Quality control checks were rigorous to guarantee the long-term integrity of the warehouse.
Several challenges were encountered during the project:
Neighbor Cooperation: Coordinating with the neighboring property owner to address the source of water infiltration required diplomacy and cooperation.
Timeline: The need for swift remediation to minimize operational disruptions added pressure to adhere to the seven-day timeline.
Environmental Considerations: Ensuring that the injection materials used were environmentally friendly and met all regulations was a priority.
Upon the completion of the project, the following results were achieved:
Subsidence Remediation: The combination of SJ-60 and SJ-40 injection effectively lifted and stabilized the warehouse's internal slab, eliminating the 70mm subsidence issue.
Structural Integrity: The warehouse regained its structural stability, ensuring that it was safe for operations and storage.
Operational Continuity: With the subsidence issue resolved within the seven-day timeframe, business operations resumed without prolonged disruptions.