When The Field Museum of Chicago found it’s historical building sinking due to the weak soils that supported it below, they sought the help of URETEK.
A warehouse renovation for The University of Tennessee needed a fast and cost-effective solution for weak soil stabilization and bearing capacity increase.
An unstable floor at a Texas prison has settled over 7 inches and is in need of rehabilitation. With relocation of thousands of inmates out of the question, URETEK’s injection technology is a welcome site.
A busy New York City Firehouse faced cracking and settling foundation in their engine’s apparatus bays.
URETEK successfully stabilizes a 12,000 square foot Wyoming liquor warehouse that was built over an old creek bed.
Two identical 1.5 million bushel grain storage buildings in South Dakota were experiencing concrete cracking and foundation settlement.
In 2006, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and other NASCAR drivers criticised Texas Motor Speedway regarding “bumps” on their track. These unlevel areas were not “bumps”, but instead areas of concrete settlement. A fast solution was needed to restore the track & not compromise the racing surface.