In-situ soil and sludge modification/stabilization techniques improve the bearing capacity of the soil or sludge to allow foundation construction at locations thought unusable. These stabilization activities are completed using RECON's patented low soils and sludge stabilization technology, which is a combination of fly ash, cement/CKD, lime/CKD, and other blends. Stabilization and modification technologies include using excavator with rakes or augers, jet grouting and soil mixing.
RECON was contracted to prepare a site for the construction of a Liquids Natural Gas Terminal on low bearing capacity dredge spoils with strengths ranging from 0 to 3 psi unconfined compressive strength.
GT Omniport, a multimodal facility located in Port Arthur, Texas, is an industrial park and liquids terminal offering rail, truck, barge, pipeline and deepwater ship transloading services. The environmental remediation and civil service construction project included soil preparation, demolishing the concrete and steel structures, clearing, grubbing, crushing concrete, beneficial reuse of of crushed concrete, and soil stabilization using RECON’s patented blend of reagents.