Biz Engleman Road in San Antonio, Texas, is a two-lane asphalt roadway that runs past a school. The pavement of the road had become soft and flexible after the supporting soils were compromised due to drought and culvert drainage problems.
Fort Myers, Florida, experienced recurring pavement settlement problems. FLDOT realized the asphalt patches they used to repair settled pavement were only short-term solutions; the real problem was below the street with the storm water infrastructure.
The city of Elizabeth City, North Carolina, needed to repair a new bridge on US-17 when its approach slab settled as much as five inches on the roadway end.
A sinkhole formed in RT15 Business in Leesburg, Virginia, at the location of a previous repair. URETEK was hired to permanently address and repair the sinkhole issue once and for all.
Highway US-50, nicknamed the “Loneliest Highway in America,” had pavement settlement in a section about five miles outside of Austin, NV, causing three severe diagonal fissures in the road surface to develop.
When a sinkhole approximately 30 ft in diameter appeared on I-15 near Scipio, Utah, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) had an emergency on their hands. The sinkhole caused roadway settlement of 10 inches in just one week
The Sault Sainte Marie International Bridge is a 2.8-mile bridge built in the early 1960’s. Repairs for the aging structure were scheduled in the summer of 2018. One area of focus was the bridge’s abutments.
The high volume of aircraft departing and landing at San Francisco International Airport caused portions of the 10R-28L asphalt runway to prematurely reach the end of their functional life.
State Highway NM-96 asphalt road passes over an arroyo, a multi-plate culvert was constructed. Over time, the roadway above this culvert had settled.
URETEK was hired to repair an 11-mile section of TX-385 that was severely damaged. By using URETEK and UDI, TxDOT saved time and money, minimized roadway disruption, and gained a permanent solution to their TX-385 problem.