Retaining wall structure that uses geosynthetic reinforcements and facing elements to provide stability against lateral pressures from retained soil.
We are committed to provide clients with the most cost-effective solutions in design and construction.
MSE walls are generally more cost-effective than conventional reinforced concrete retaining structures. The use of less expensive materials, faster construction times, and simplified construction techniques contribute to overall cost savings.
MSE walls are known for their long-term durability. The materials used in the facing elements and reinforcements are designed to resist environmental factors and the loads imposed by retained soil, ensuring the structural integrity of the wall over time.
The use of precast-facing elements allows for faster construction compared to traditional retaining wall systems. This can lead to shorter project durations.
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Expertise in Geospatial Solutions
With decades of experience in geotechnical engineering, we bring unparalleled expertise to your geospatial needs and geoconstruction projects.
We execute the latest technologies in geoconstruction which are technically proven, tried, and tested worldwide.
Our tailored approach allows us to create site-specific strategies that address your project’s unique requirements.
Our eco-friendly solutions prioritize ecological balance, ensuing a sustainable future for generations to come.
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Design and Construction Services
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Prefabricated Vertical Drains
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strength to improve the stability of embankments built on weak clay subsoil.