Poor installation of down pipes and plumbing to soak wells can lead to cracked walls. Soil Stabilisation with Chemical grout injection will fix this through underpinning to stabilise the ground.
Underpinning – West Perth Underpinning on a Heritage listed building to stabilise the soil below to stop the cracking. DAMAGED WALL FROM SOIL MOVEMENT INJECTING MICROFINE GROUT
Job details: Soil Stabilisation This property was vacant with an average 20-degree gradient from the front to the rear of the block. As you can see in the photos, the injection took place on the southern boundary next to a live driveway. At a depth of 1.3m to 4.6m with the width of the injection… Read More »
We injected under existing limestone footings to various depths as many areas were water damages. Over time old guttering, downpipes, soakwells or leaky water pipes to name a few can cause a lot of damages to homes. This job was heavily injected to load bearing designs. LOCATION South Perth – Heritage listed home CHEMICAL GROUT… Read More »
Installation of grout was required for a new wheelchair access ramp and walkway. We were required to underpin the building for the excavation works to the building area. Good successful injection around underground services, with no damages to pipe works. Please see pictures for detail. LOCATION Curtin University – Hazmat Project CHEMICAL GROUT INJECTION REQUIRED… Read More »
The project located on the Curtin University site was and underpinning job for the new Earth Quake test facility. The job was spread over a 3-month period with 120LM of injection being required. We injected the grout underneath the neighboring footings to insure that no undermining upon excavation. With injection depths ranging from 1m to… Read More »
A 3m depth injection for a neighbouring undercroft. Underpinning the limestone retaining wall prior to earthworks commencing onsite. Clients were happy with result of the works. LOCATION Pandora Drive City Beach CHEMICAL GROUT INJECTION REQUIRED 8LM at 3m depth Click to view full-size photographs.