Infrastructure Subsidence Repair

We provide subsidence repair for businesses and local councils. Work is fast and efficient, and affected area can continue as normal whilst work is carried out.

Subsidence repair for infrastructure

Subsidence Repair for Infrastructure

Roads, railways and bridges are often affected by subsidence. When subsidence occurs in infrastructure it poses a huge risk to the health and safety of employees and the general public. SAU offers a fast and efficient solution to subsidence issues for infrastructure in need of repair or upgrade due to age.

By using SAU for subsidence prevention, businesses and local councils can prevent the potentially huge financial implications associated with damage cause by subsidence. Work carried out by SAU is fast and efficient, and operations in the affected area can continue as normal whilst work is carried out.

Signs of Subsidence

The most common sign of subsidence in infrastructure is the a tilting or uneven base. Other common signs of subsidence in infrastructure are:

• Unexpected movement or damage

• Unstable road slabs or rails

• Structure leaning in one direction

• Water damage impacting the ground beneath the structure

Fast action should be taken if subsidence is suspected. Structural re-levelling and improvement can save infrastructure from severe damage.

The team at SAU specialises in fast and efficient ground stabilisation, that causes minimal environmental disruption with no need for excavation.

Subsidence Repair for Infrastructure

How Can We Help?

SAU specialise in re-levelling and subsidence repair. Using our non-invasive solution, we can resolve subsidence related issues to infrastructure with little to no disruption.

Our resin injection method does not require any excavation, therefore the site can operate as usual with no need to vacate. Our use of resin injection replaces the need for costly and disruptive excavation. Instead, our team of experts use precise surveying technology, as well as precision drilling, to create small holes in the ground slabs. These holes are then filled with our expanding resin compound, and the ground is lifted back to its original place.

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