Basic Concept Deep dynamic compaction is to repeatedly drop a weight (“tamper”) freely from a height onto the ground surface in a pattern to compact problematic geomaterial to a deep depth
Basic Concept Rapid impact compaction is an intermediate compaction method between conventional shallow compaction and deep dynamic compaction.
A Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) retaining wall is a composite structure consisting of alternating layers of compacted backfill and soil reinforcement elements, fixed to a wall facing.
Sheet piles are sections of sheet materials with interlocking edges that are driven into the ground to provide earth retention and excavation support. Sheet piles are most commonly made of steel, but can also be formed of timber or reinforced concrete.
Mahar Shaloodeh company now in the second decade of its activities, with the aim to meet the needs of a growing civil engineering company and taking advantages of various experiences, has been developed in different areas of geotechnical expertise.
The company has been specialized in implementation of bridges, tunnels, concrete structures, heavy steel structures and as well geotechnical areas as follows:
Implementation of all types of piles
Trenching and piling
Stabilizing of the excavation walls even lower than water level
Geotechnical strengthening of existing structures
Implementation of the guard walls of reinforced soil
Sealing of the dams and cavities and environmental protection