When sinkholes formed behind Hatteras’ ferry terminal’s seawall, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) began to search for a way to prevent further sinkhole damage and ensure safety to the area.
Antelope Drive in Clearfield, Utah, had two bridges (F-581 and F-582) whose approach and departure slabs needed rehabilitation. The slabs on both structures had settled as much as two inches from years of heavy traffic.
A roadway area measuring approximately 40 feet by 12 feet cracked and dropped about 1.5 inches in the main lanes of US 81 in Decatur, Texas. The ends of this dropped section “pumped” as traffic crossed over, causing the ends to break apart.
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
A section of McAlevy Fort Road that lies north of a precast box culvert bridge. The Pennsylvania DOT identified this section of road as chronically settling over time and needed a way to permanently fix the compromised foundation soils left behind.
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.