Stabilizing a Moving Hillside

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Rembco Puts Down Anchors in Colorado After developing an Army housing complex at Ft. Carson Army Base, a rather startling discovery was made: excavation for the recently completed housing project had somehow started the nearby 1,200-foot wide hillside moving toward the homes. Worse yet, two …

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Tall Order

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Rembco Compaction Grouting Techniques Used To Stabilize 600-Foot Chimney Rembco routinely gets calls to provide stabilization and remediation at challenging projects across the nation. One of our tallest orders was to help stabilize a 600-foot power plant chimney in Gaffney, SC at a coal-fired power …

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Wall Of Fame: Expanding The Jack Daniel Mash House

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Jack Daniel is the best-selling American whiskey in the world, and poised to pass Johnnie Walker as the world’s number one brand—not bad for a small Tennessee sour mash maker nestled next to a limestone spring in Lynchburg, TN. Except the little whiskey distiller isn’t …

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Soil Nailing: An Economical Approach To Stabilization

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Soil nailing is a cost effective technique for stabilizing slopes and for constructing retaining walls from the top down. This ground reinforcement process uses steel tendons which are drilled and grouted into the soil to create a composite mass similar to a gravity wall. 

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