Problem: Neighboring hillside homes' retaining walls moving. High traffic portion of Sierra Drive threatened.
Solution: Grout-injection Micropiles and Tie-back Anchors installed and incorporated into reinforced Grade Beams and Ribs to stabilize hillside and walls.
Lower Sierra Drive
Problem: Retaining wall cracked and moving.
Solution: Reinforced concrete buttresses incorporating Micropiles and Tie-back Anchors.
Mauna Lani Circle
Problem: Down slope lot, retaining walls cracked and moving.
Solution: Grout-injection Micropiles installed straight down and at angles into walls (Tie-back Anchors) and water redirected.
Problem:Tiled pool moving. Challenge: to stabilize pool without cracking tile.
Solution: Micropiles successfully installed along edge of pool and incorporated into grade beam, stabilizing the entire unit.
Off Kaneohe Bay Drive
Problem: Chunks of rock wall falling vertically onto house below due to erosion.
Solution: Grout-injection Micropiles installed strait down and at angles into hillside. Grade beams formed incorporating tops of Micropiles and Anchors, then Dura-lagg wall built up to give client a safer backyard.
Problem: Hillside home, retaining walls cracked and moving.
Solutions: Grout-injection Micropiles installed strait down and at angles (Tie-back Anchors) into walls, buttresses formed incorporating Micropiles and Anchors.
Kaneohe Bay Home
Problem: six ft. max. wall to be build on the edge of a 20 ft. grade difference between properties, and on expansive soil (clay).
Solution: Micropiles incorporated into reinforced Grade Beam and Tie-back Anchors incorporated into reinforced Integraspec wall. Wall was finished with Sto and back-filled to create driveway for client.
Problem: Two-tiered retaining wall cracked and moving.
Solution: Micropiles and Anchors drilled and incorporated into buttresses.
Koko Head Avenue
Problem: Homeowner called us because the old rock wall was failing and large rocks had fallen onto the sidewalk.
Solution: We stabilized the wall by installing micropiles and tieback anchors then applied shotcrete to the wall to prevent further rockfall.