When The Field Museum of Chicago found it’s historical building sinking due to the weak soils that supported it below, they sought the help of URETEK.
A city saves millions with rehabilitation process for an aging culvert.
An unstable floor at a Texas prison has settled over 7 inches and is in need of rehabilitation. With relocation of thousands of inmates out of the question, URETEK’s injection technology is a welcome site.
Sinkhole seawall soil stabilization at a busy ferry terminal.
Increasing the Allowable Bearing Capacity for Foundations Constructed on Granular Soils Using URETEK Deep Injection™ by Rex Klentzman, P.E.
A busy New York City Firehouse faced cracking and settling foundation in their engine’s apparatus bays.
A cornerstone for Houston’s faithful and historical societies, the 146-year-old Annunciation Catholic Church’s structural stability was being threatened by the flourishing city.
Turning a 119 year old brewhouse into a four-star boutique hotel is no easy task. For the project to be a success, the structure had to literally be raised from it’s grave. Hotel Emma at Historic Pearl Brewery Pearl Brewery operated from 1883 until 2001.
URETEK stabilizes an important pond suffering from water mitigation and major soil erosion. Awarded 2014 APWA Project of the Year Award.
The Jim McKay Natatorium, located in Fairfax, Virginia has been home to many competitions for record-breaking swimmers, including Michael Phelps, Kate Ziegler, Tom Dolan, and Ed Moses. In 2012, management noticed cracks in the pool deck after the pool had been drained for regular maintenance.