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HIGH ENERGY
IMPACT COMPACTION

The High Energy impact compaction Technique is an alternative for traditional roller compaction method ,where the energy is transferred to the soil by means of the lifting and falling motion of the non-circular rotating mass. The type of roller depends on the soil type and moisture regime
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RAPID IMPACT
COMPACTION

R.I.C technique is an alternative to D.C method for shallow treatment up to 5m deep. RIC technique is usually used in combination with dynamic soil densification and vibro compaction techniques in order to improve the surface soil.
RIC technique generates limited vibrations
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DYNAMIC
COMPACTION

D.C is a Ground Modification technique whereby loose soils can be effectively and economically densified to improve its mechanical characteristics and allow construction of different types of structures, as the economical alternative to deep foundations or soil
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DYNAMIC
REPLACEMENT

D.R Known sometimes as Dynamic Sand Columns, it is a soil Improvement technique and can be considered as an extension of Dynamic Compaction to the non compressible soils like soft clays, silt, sabkha….Dynamic Sand Columns method combines the advantages from both
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STONE
COLUMNS

Known as Vibro Replacement ,V.R technology is well suited for improvement of soft soils such as silty sand, silts, clays and non homogeneous fills, and depth of improvement up to 20m.
This technique increase the bearing capacity of the soil while reducing settlement
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VIBRO
COMPACTION

V.C technique is the compaction of loose granular soils by penetration of a vibratory probe,in the lose soil ,also it is called Vibro floatation ,sometimes . The main purpose of Vibro compaction is to increase the density of the in-situ soils by vibration, in order
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SHOTCRETE

Shotcrete or sprayed concrete is a cement mortar that contains no coarse aggregate and is applied by spraying. It can be sprayed over mesh, steel pins, and ribs to form part of an integrated support system for soil or rock surfaces.
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SHEET PILING

Steel sheet pile wall consists of driven steel sheets interlocked together by joints, to form a continuous wall with a series of closely fitting joints. The sheet piles are usually used when it is required to retain not only soil pressure but also water.
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SOLDIER PILES AND LAGGING
BERLIN WALL

Soldier piles and lagging shoring wall, commonly known as Berlin wall, consists mostly of steel piles (H/I profile) installed at regular intervals varies between 1.5 m to 3.0 m on center. The space between the soldier piles is filled with lagging which consists of different material…
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DEWATERING OPERATIONS

Many structures require excavation below the natural groundwater level, hence dewatering is required. Dewatering is lowering and controlling the natural groundwater to ensure dry, firm, working conditions for construction operations.
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EARTH MOVING

Is the process of moving large quantities of earth with heavy machinery, usually to dig foundations for buildings. They will also be used to load and transport great amounts of soil and other materials to and from construction sites.

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PILING FOUNDATION

Bored piles are rigid structural elements used to transfer loads from superstructures (bridges, high-rise buildings, etc.) to deeper soil layers. They are typically used in situations where other types of foundations may not be suitable due…

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