Types of Raft Foundation are chosen based on a variety of criteria, including bearing capacity, applicable loads, site conditions, cost-effectiveness, etc. A raft foundation is a continuous slab resting on the soil and covering the entire area of the proposed structure. This is one of the most commonly used types of foundation in construction. Raft foundation types are classified according to their application.… Read More Types of Raft Foundations – Advantages and features
Raft foundation is a continuous slab that completely covers the entire site of the proposed structure and rests on the soil. Depending on the applications and design loads, there are various raft foundation types. The choice of raft foundation type is influenced by a number of variables, including bearing capacity, loads, site circumstances, etc.… Read More Raft foundation types and features
Geosynthetics are a much-talked-of topic as they are finding a wider range of applications nowadays. The global geosynthetics market is being driven by growing construction activities. The rising applications in erosion management, landfill, and filtration also contributes for that.… Read More Geosynthetics- Types and applications.
MSE retaining walls means mechanically stabilised earth or reinforced earth. This is an earth retaining system where compacted granular soil is reinforced with horizontal layers of steel strips or geo-synthetic materials. … Read More MSE Retaining Walls – Components & advantages.
Soil nailing is a slope protection technique for supporting unstable natural slopes and over steeping of existing slopes. Soil nails are reinforcing passive elements drilled and grouted sub-horizontally in the ground. They are used to support excavations in soil, or soft and weathered rock and slope protection works. Soil nail walls are used as permanent… Read More Soil Nailing – Installation,advantages and applications
Anchored retaining wall system is a structural element installed through the rock or soil to transfer the tensile forces developed in the structure to the ground. Anchored retaining walls are often slimmer than all their counterparts like gravity walls and cantilever retaining walls.… Read More Anchored retaining walls/Tie back system-Advantages