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Infrastructure

URETEK’s innovative geopolymer technology has been successfully used in over 100,000 projects worldwide in a wide range of remediation works.

Airport

URETEK recently completed ground engineering work on the airfield at London City Airport as part of a multi-million pound infrastructure project to future proof the site. 

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Airport

Andrews Air Force Base is the home to Air Force One. The plane’s ability to land is challenged when “ramp freezes” occur, shutting down operations due to security reasons.

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Airport

At the Royal Australian Air Force Base at Williamtown, New South Wales, a number of the hangars for FA 18 jet fighters had developed major ground problems.

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Airport

Over the years, the planes in transit have been increasing their loads, with the result that the concrete plates that constitute the slopes or the aircraft parking areas receive high dynamic solicitations.
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Railway

Settlement to base slabs at a rail depot in Farnham, near London, threatened to disrupt rail operations in south-east England.

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Highway

One of the major road transport artery is the Solomon Mahlangu Highway. This highway was designed to carry one million vehicles per year in each direction. Due to the heavy continuous flow of traffic the surface started to crack and deteriorate.
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Road

A collapsed Victorian sewer running below the A74 London Road, Glasgow caused significant localised softening of the soils due to water ingress.

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Port

The project required the stabilisation of 97 linear metres of concrete slabs supporting the rails of the slipway.

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Shipyard

The area of the shipyard affected was formed by a range of industrial flooring in reinforced concrete, located between the yard and the rail of the crane in the ship assembly area.
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Special infrastructure works

GPR surveys identified voiding under the entire surface of the walkway of Hiscocks Bridge in Bath resulting in settlement to embankments on the approaches. 

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