Are you interested in making a slope more secure using soil nailing?
Soil nailing involves inserting steel reinforcement bars into the soil and anchoring them in place and can be a complex operation, so it’s important to choose engineers that have plenty of expertise in this area.
This construction method can rectify unstable slopes made of soil, or allow the over-steepening of new or existing slopes. They perform extremely well during seismic events thanks to their flexibility.
Along with stabilising slopes, they’re also well suited to roadway cut evacuations, road widening, repairing and reconstructing existing retaining structures, and for temporary or permanent in urban environments.
Aarsleff Ground Engineering regularly carry out soil nailing at a range of sites in the UK. With our expert team your contract will be safe hands.
Aarsleff Ground Engineering can carry out this method of soil stabilisation to the highest standards, offering smart sustainable solutions combined with an unbeatable geotechnical knowledge.
Soil nails are a cost-effective method for both short-term and long-term stabilisation of a slopes, and less disruptive to traffic; they also cause less environmental damage in comparison to other construction methods.