Infrastructure Lifting, Leveling and Stabilization
If you are looking for an experienced, professional, and first-in class geotechnical infrastructure lifting & leveling construction company, look no further than Shenandoah. Shenandoah has been serving the entire state of Florida since 1976. We are one of the oldest and most experienced infrastructure lifting & leveling contractors in the south eastern United States. From bridge and roadway transition lifting and leveling to concrete slab lifting and leveling to railroad track lifting and leveling, the trained technicians at Shenandoah have over 4 decades of experience, state of the art equipment, and real-world hands-on skills to complete any size infrastructure project. Locally owned and operated with five convenient locations throughout the state of Florida, we have built a reputation for unbeatable service and quality workmanship. We use only the highest-grade materials designed to last decades if not longer, eliminating unneeded reconstruction, saving the government and state and local companies tens of thousands of dollars. With over 40 years of infrastructure lifting & leveling and soil stabilization experience, we have completed thousands of projects with thousands of satisfied clients. From new to old infrastructure, we will formulate a plan to inspect, restore, and maintain your infrastructure project, leaving it as good as new.
Fast, Cost Effective Infrastructure Lifting and Leveling Services
Who would Utilize a Infrastructure Lifting, Repair and Leveling Contractor?
Government, state, county & city agencies, and managers & engineers
Transportation engineers, civil engineers, structural engineers, geotechnical engineers, and hydro engineers
Property managers, company operations mangers, industrial operations managers, manufacturing & warehouse managers, etc
Common causes of infrastructure soil base, roadway, concrete slab, and bridge failures:
Both natural and man-made factors can lead to weak soils beneath structures. The original soil material/composition may not have been packed properly before construction, or nearby drilling, trenching, excavation, or heavy load bearing use of roadways and railroads and the resulting vibrations, may compromise soil quality. Regardless of the cause, weak soils and subsoils result in sink holes or depressions (subsidence). These problems are generally caused by the extraction of groundwater, the dissolving of limestone, or the need to displace the water. All of which leads to the formation of voids in the base and subbase soil beneath the structure. Symptoms of weak soils under structures include:
- Concrete Slab Settlement
- Cracks in Slabs, Roadways, and Foundations
- Heaves and Dips in Slabs, Parking Lots, and Driveways
There can also be evidence of soil subsidence in adjoining and nearby properties.
Soil Subsidence is a Frequent Problem in Florida
The stability of any structure or concrete slab is based mostly on the soil properties it is built upon. Florida’s sandy, limestone soils and geological conditions can cause voids in soil underneath foundations, concrete slabs, roadways, structures, railroads, and more. Under overbearing weight, the supporting soils will become inadequate to support the structures built upon them. When settlement occurs, it can destroy the value of the assets and property and even render it unsafe. Learn More Here >
What are the Benefits of the Shenandoah Foundation & Slab Lifting, and Leveling Process?
Weight Bearing Capacity Restored or Increased
Material Reaches 90% of Strength in 15 Minutes, Assets can be Used Immediately
Precision Pavement Leveling Often up to 1/8” Tolerance with Rapid Polymer Expansion
Use of Small 5/8” Injection Holes, No Deconstruction Reconstruction
Low Pressure Injection of Polymer down to Base and Subbase Soils
One-Time Cost-Effective Method for Long Lasting Restoration
The benefits of the Shenandoah process far outweigh the traditional mudjacking process. Although mudjacking is still used today for traditional foundation & slab lifting/leveling, the materials that are used with mudjacking often require a lengthy installation process and do not stabilize the underlying soil & subsoils as well as our polymer injection process. As a result, mudjacking restorations often have a much shorter life expectancy, which produce much higher costs down the road to resolve recurring problems. Other disadvantages to Mudjacking include the weight of the slurry grout, which can break up with vibration. Slurry grout pumped over distressed bases makes for a short life expectancy. Larger diameter drilling holes are needed, which can further compromise the current structure and mudjacking slurry grout can take up to 7 days to cure.
Infrastructure Lifting & Leveling and Soil Stabilization Methods
Shenandoah is a licensed affiliate of Uretek. Uretek’s (UDI) 2 stage deep injection polymer process has led the industry since the 1980’s. Commonly known as chemical grouting, UDI’s two stage deep injection polymer process, is a form of compaction & permeation grouting and soil stabilization for structures and water/fluid control, including:
- Culvert Repair & Restoration
- Bridge & Roadway Transition Lifting & Leveling
- Concrete Slab Lifting & Leveling
- Railroad Track Lifting & Leveling
- Foundation & Slab Lifting & Leveling
- Public Works & Utilities
- Airports & Runways
- Sea ports, etc.
Other Applications Include:
- Manufacturing Plants
- Agricultural Facilities
- Heavy Industry
- Industrial Parks
- Public Works
- Prison Facilities
- Hotels & Resorts
Contact Shenandoah, your Statewide Expert in Infrastructure Lifting & Leveling
When it comes to infrastructure lifting & leveling, don’t settle for any company less than the best! With decades of technical and hands-on experience and thousands of successfully completed projects, Shenandoah’s portfolio of satisfied clients is nearly endless. Shenandoah uses the most current advanced equipment and materials in the industry to ensure project success and decades long lasting results, saving our customers tens of thousands of dollars with extremely limited down time. Contact us today to start the inspection, restoration and maintenance program and project.
Infrastructure Lifting & Leveling & Soil Stabilization Videos
Bridge & Roadway Lifting & Leveling
Railroad Tracks Lifting & Leveling
Our Inspection, Restoration, and Maintenance, (IRM) Program has helped maximize the performance of our customers sanitary and stormwater systems for over 40 years.