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Cutter Soil Mixing CSM

Cutter Soil Mixing (CSM) was developed from diaphragm wall technology and utilizes two sets of counter rotating, vertically mounted cutter wheels. The wheels cut the surrounding soil while at the same time blending the injected cement slurry with the in…

Soil Mixing: Multi Axis

Overview Multi-Axis Soil Mixing, sometimes referred to as Cement Deep Soil Mixing (CDSM), was originally developed in Japan in the late 1970’s. The system makes use of multiple (typically three) vertical rods fitted with several sets of overlapping flights or…

Soil Mixing: Single Axis

Our Single Axis Soil Mixing, typically referred to in the industry as Deep Soil Mixing (DSM), utilizes mechanical mixing tools to shear the soil in situ and mix it with a cementitious slurry pumped at low pressure. This method has…

Vibro Systems

Vibro Systems were first developed in Germany in the 1930’s and make use of powerful depth vibrators to densify and reinforce soils in situ. The vibrators have an electric motor inside of them; and, unlike other installation systems that use…

Jet Grouting

Jet grouting is a highly specialized technique used to create an in-situ mass of cemented soil also called soil-cement. A drill rig advances a relatively small diameter (4-8 inches) jet grout tool to the bottom of the proposed treatment zone…

Rigid Inclusions

Rigid Inclusions, also called Drilled Displacement Columns (DDC), Auger Cast Columns (ACC) or High Modulus Columns are unreinforced grouted columns installed in soft or compressible soils to meet settlement criteria and improve bearing capacity under footings and mat foundations. They…

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