When your gypsum plant is capable of producing 900 million square feet of wall board every year, you can’t afford to see your process shut down by settlement or problems with groundwater infiltrating or soil erosion beneath slabs and footings supporting your facilities. GeoPrac sponsor URETEK ICR responded to these problems at a LaFarge Gypsum Plant in Florida and stabilized the subgrade and sealed up joints using their geopolymer injection technique. Did I pique your curiosity? Watch the video below for more details, and check out the full blog post by URETEK ICR for more details.
Video of Dome Stabilization
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