Great Yarmouth Outer Harbour (UK)
Digitally Monitored Results
What We Do
LANDPAC reviews geotechnical data, specification, plans and methodologies to provide bespoke ground improvement strategies that best suit client projects.
High Energy Impact Compaction (HEIC) is applied to point where no further induced settlement is achievable, with 20 to 50 surface coverages, controlled with integrated GPS-linked CIR & CIS progressive monitoring.
Continuous Impact Response (CIR) & Continuous Induced Settlement (CIS) progressively monitored data reports on the performance of HEIC application, the stiffness of the improved ground conditions and the post HEIC limitation of surface differential settlement for proposed load/settlement criterions.
How We Do It
HEIC operates at optimal speeds of 12km/hr and on average can complete 1 Hectare per working week. This can improve a given applicable materials down to 3m and in some cases down to 5m, material dependent. Each batch of 5 or 10 HEIC surface coverages is CIR & CIS monitored to gauge completion of HEIC works.
Specialised monitoring hardware and software, unique to LANDPAC, records HEIC location during operation and records CIR & CIS for accurate reporting procedures.
Digital and Transparent Feedback
LANDPAC report progressive HEIC improvement and stiffness through unique integrated GPS-linked Continuous Impact Response (CIR) monitoring utilising specialised sensors of HEIC unit whilst operating.
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LANDPAC Ground Engineering Ltd
582 Honeypot Lane