Two different industrial food storage and processing facilities faced similar challenges due to weak soils and water drainage issues. Catastrophic structural failure was on the horizon, but halting operations to conduct remediation was not an option.
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 MDOT contacted URETEK for an emergency repair when a large sinkhole formed on Highway 61 in Natchez, Mississippi, and effectively shut down a major portion of the roadway.
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.
Whenever LAX needs site-specific work done, they count on URETEK to quickly, safely, and proficiently address the problem. One of the runways was facing a service interruption due to cracking and depression, needing for stabilization in a timely manner.
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.
The city of Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan, experienced groundwater and soil infiltration in a sewer drainage line after a rehabilitation project was not properly sealed, causing erosion of the surrounding soils.
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.
The University of Tennessee purchased an historic warehouse structure to consolidate their Facility Support Services department. Loose soils under the support columns had poor load bearing capacity.