Identified areas where the natural structure of an embankment or road-side structure has been impaired requires repair. The groundwork is prepared before-hand. All subsoil drains are installed to prevent the reoccurrence of the slip.
Stabilisation or securing slopes from loose and falling rocks, soil, debris by means of drapery and anchors. Removal of alien plants on slopes/mountains are one of the causes of instability. Thorough consideration with regard to the surrounding vegetation is given before any drapery or anchor work is done.
Stabilisation or securing of loose rocks and soil by means of gunite and anchors. Problematic areas usually also occur when gabions and retaining walls has deteriorated, thus new structures are required.
Stabilise slopes to prevent debris from higher up in the mountains to reach expensive structures ea. roads or buildings.
Stabilization of slopes from falling debris and landslides, thus preventing damage to expensive structures. This product has a greater positive impact on the surrounding environment as nearly none of the protected vegetation will be harmed in the process.
Stabilisation of excavated and problematic areas. Similar to lateral support the excavations and problematic areas are secured with gunite and anchors.
Stabilization of slopes, loose rocks and anchoring of gabions. The installation of soil nails and rock anchors are used to anchor loose and unstable rocks. Stability work is done to fasten drapery work, anchorage in gunite applications and the anchoring of gabions.
Application of sewpercoat to new and/or eroded concrete surfaces entails cleaning and protecting the sewer chambers, pipes, manholes and channels against acidy deuteriations, by means of applying 15mm to 50mm thick layers of sewpercoat. There is no sentimental impact. The sewpercoat enhances the life span of the structures and surrounding area, preventing deuteriations.