Soil Mixing technology is the latest generation of soil mixing, injecting and mixing binding agents (generally cement) with the aid of water and air with in-situ soils to produce a final hardened product. Once cured, these mixed soil/cement elements are capable of supporting soils and retaining groundwater for deep excavations, environmental cut-off walls or carrying structural loads.
Soil mixing is ideally suited to granular soils but can also be constructed through clay and some weaker rock formations.
ACT’s equipment has full computer instrumentation ensuring vertical tolerances are maintained. Quality records for soil mixing elements are produced daily to include with project record documents.