Ground Improvement

Ground improvement uses various innovative techniques to change the basic engineering properties of soils to allow for more efficient and cost-effective design. They are an essential component of many construction projects that involve major underground work, unsuitable soil conditions, liquefiable strata, and/or unstable existing structures.  Selecting the appropriate ground improvement technique for a project requires knowledge, hands-on experience and skills in a variety of ground improvement approaches. Subsurface conditions can vary greatly within a single site and the characteristics of the in-situ soil play a crucial role in determining which ground improvement method to use. 

At CENGRS, we have decades of experience in dealing with the design and construction of the following ground improvement techniques:  

  1. Preloading for soft clays
  2. Rammed stone columns or gravel piles
  3. Deep dynamic compaction
  4. Cement Grouting
  5. Site and structure-specific innovative techniques

Some of the major projects on which we have successfully done ground improvement and foundation strengthening include:

Project Details Client Value of Work (Rs. in Lakhs)
500 mm diameter Rammed Stone columns for Canpack India Pvt. Ltd. At Nuh (Haryana)

Shubshree Engg & Const Pvt. Ltd

48.5
12 m Long Granular Piles /  500 mm diameter Rammed Stone Columns for Proposed Temple of Baba Masatnathji at Rohtak, Haryana. Shree Mahant Chand Nathji Yogi Shri Baba Mastnath Engineering College 155.0
7 m long Granular Piles / 400 mm diameter Rammed Stone columnes for the Restorate of Kalyana Mandapa of Thousand Pillars Temple at Hanuma Konda, Warangal Archaeological Survey of India 44.95
Soil Strengthening / Stabilization for basement excavation for Cinema-Cum-Multi-plex at at Ludhiana (Punjab) Dynamic Continental (P) Ltd. 8.89
Pile Foundation and 500 mm diameter Rammed stone columns for Janmbhoomi Mandir at Mangarh (UP Sadhna Bhawan Trust 42.83
300-400 mm diameter Bored piles and gravel pile for coloured picture tube plant at Karzan, Vadodara JCT Electronics Limited 176.0
400 mm diameter 12m long Boring and Providing Gravel Piles for 3 x 22 m dia of Fire Water tanks at LPG Bottling Plant, Madanpur Khadar, New Delhi.

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.

36.48