Drainage Geotextiles
Drainage Geotextiles

Drainage geotextiles act as a permeable separator that allows water to pass into the drainage system, while preventing soils and other material from clogging the system.

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Erosion Geotextiles
Erosion Geotextiles

Soil migration and the buildup of hydrostatic pressure are two of the leading causes of failure in hard armor, such as rock riprap and concrete block systems, along shorelines and waterways. Geotextiles act as a filter to help prevent subsurface soil migration and relieve hydrostatic pressure beneath hard armor erosion control systems.

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Structural Concrete Reinforced
Structural Concrete Reinforced

Construction of temporary construction access bridge abutment, concrete placement.

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Drainage Geotextiles
Drainage Geotextiles

Drainage geotextiles act as a permeable separator that allows water to pass into the drainage system, while preventing soils and other material from clogging the system.

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Geosynthetics Reinforcement / Stabilization

Geosynthetics are a proven solution for a variety of civil and environmental engineering challenges. They are used to improve performance and reduce costs of virtually all civil engineering structures, including subsurface drains, roadways, railroads, erosion control embankments, landfills, and retaining wall systems. Lakey, Inc. offers a wide variety of geosynthetic solutions and supplies which provide superior performance even under the most demanding construction conditions which would otherwise make work impossible.

 

GEOTEXTILE FABRICS

Flexible, textile-like fabrics of controlled permeability used to provide filtration, separation or reinforcement in soil, rock and waste materials. Available in a wide variety of woven and nonwoven.

 

GEOGRIDS

Stiff or flexible polymergrid-likesheets with large apertures used primarily as reinforcement of unstable soil and waste masses