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At Madison Farmers in South Dakota, a new grain storage bin has been constructed adjacent to two existing grain storage bins. The Geopier GP3® ground improvement system provided significant cost savings and schedule advantages while keeping the existing grain bins operational.

The Geopier Impact® Rammed Aggregate Pier® (RAP) system was used in the C5 South Link Expressway Project, a public works project in Philippines. Approximately 400 Geopier Impact® elements of 5 meter length were installed to support the proposed MSE Wall.

Geopier X1® elements are being installed to provide retaining wall support at the IA 141 Ramp B and Meredith Drive roadway project in Polk County, Iowa.

Thursday, 14 February 2019 00:00

The Geopier Impact RAP system used in Toronto

The Geopier Impact® Rammed Aggregate Pier® (RAP) system was used on the Leslie Barns Storage and Maintenance Facility in Toronto and sped up the project timelines significantly.

Friday, 11 January 2019 10:14

Geopier SRT® System in action

The Geopier SRT® system is the most efficient and cost-effective solution to stabilize slides up to 12 feet deep.

Geopier’s GeoConcrete® Column (GCC) rigid inclusion system provided significant cost savings and schedule advantages while limiting vibrations and reducing risk to nearby structures, including a historic granite fl ood wall.

Thursday, 29 November 2018 15:56

Geopier goes in Spain with the Geopier GP3®

Geopier Rammed Aggregate Pier® (RAP) systems are efficient and cost effective Intermediate Foundation® solutions for the support of settlement sensitive structures. RAP systems are engineered, designed and installed exclusively by representatives of Geopier.

Wednesday, 07 November 2018 15:54

Geopier GeoConcrete® Columns in Spain

Over 700 Geopier GeoConcrete® Columns rigid inclusion elements were installed to provide settlement control for four warehouses in Cadiz, Spain.

Tuesday, 16 October 2018 06:47

Geopier® MSE Wall & Embankment Support

Constructing MSE walls and embankments on weak or soft foundation soils can result in excessive settlement or inadequate factors of safety for global stability or bearing capacity.

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