Compaction Grouting

Compaction Grouting is the process of injecting a stiff mortar-like grout into the ground where the grout does not enter the pores of the soil but rather displaces and compacts it as the grout mass expands. The injection process can be continued on a controlled basis until lift requirements have been achieved.
Compaction Grouting eliminates the need for costly tear-out and replacement as well as lengthy down time.
Compaction Grouting of 500,000 bushel grain elevators to lift back to level and stabilize.

Compaction Grouting is used for lifting and stabilizing heavy structures such as:
  • Buildings
  • Grain Elevators
  • Equipment foundations/pads
  • Bridge Approach
  • Roadways