Building Pacific Highway with Combigrid® Geogrid

2019-05-09T22:06:44+00:00

Building Pacific Highway with Combigrid® Geogrid Australia’s Pacific Highway connects the major metropolitan areas of Sydney and Brisbane. A major construction phase along the route has involved the Stewarts River Bridge project, which is part of the Coopernook to Herons Creek upgrade. But like many projects along this vital highway, the subgrade conditions [...]

Success vs. Sinking in Brunei

2019-05-09T21:22:07+00:00

Success vs. Sinking in Brunei - Geosynthetic separation and reinforcement materials are engineered for ground modification and improvement applications. One of the most common applications is base course stabilization in roads. As traffic loads pass over the roadway, the tensile forces can cause cracking and rutting as the pumping action induced beneath the [...]

Harvey Norman Site in Maroochydore Australia thin Combigrid® Platforms Carry Heavy Loads

2019-05-09T20:25:35+00:00

Harvey Norman Site in Maroochydore Australia thin Combigrid® Platforms Carry Heavy Loads Thin Combigrid® Platforms Carry Heavy Loads In the construction of heavily trafficked areas such as working platforms, a stable subgrade with sufficient bearing capacity is required. Economical and environmental advantages of construction methods with geosynthetics, especially on soft soils are [...]

SUBANG SKYPARK RAIL PROJECT – SELANGOR

2019-05-15T14:29:07+00:00

RIVER EMBANKMENT PROTECTION USING SECUTEX® SOFT ROCKSUBANG SKYPARK RAIL PROJECT - SELANGORElectrified Double Tracking Project Between Subang Jaya and Terminal Skypark was funded by the Government through Ministry of Transport to provide rail based public transport especially to connect the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (SAAS) Airport Terminal and the vicinity area with the existing railway [...]

MANJUNG POWER PLANT PROJECT

2019-05-15T14:33:42+00:00

TREATMENT OF MUD SLURRY USING COMBIGRID® 80/80 Q1 GEOGRID MANJUNG POWER PLANT PROJECT The Manjung coal-fired power plant, sponsored by Tenaga Janamanjung, is located on a man-made island off the coast of Perak in Malaysia. It generates 2,100MW from its three 700MW units. The plant is located 4.5m above sea level, making coal imports easier. [...]

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