GeoStabilization International® is the leading geohazard mitigation firm operating throughout the United States and Canada.
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GeoStabilization International® is the leading geohazard mitigation firm operating throughout the United States and Canada. We specialize in emergency landslide repairs, rockfall mitigation, and grouting using design/build and design/build/warranty contracting. GeoStabilization’s team includes some of the brightest and most dedicated professionals in the geohazard mitigation industry. Our expertise, proprietary tools, and worldwide partnerships allow us to repair virtually any slope stability or foundation problem in any geologic setting.
Our patented tools include the Soil Nail Launcher™, the Biowall® System, ScourMicropiles™, and SuperNails™, all of which we install using a combined fleet of over 50 purpose-built Soil Nail Launchers™ and purpose-built limited access drill rigs.
Our design/build solutions are customized to the varying demands and site constraints of each geohazard we encounter. Every project that we take on is completed with one goal in mind: always provide the best value.
GeoStabilization’s team consists of only the highest performing geologists, geotechnical engineers, equipment operators, and rockfall remediation technicians working today. We recruit and train technical experts to ensure that we are constantly diversifying our portfolio of services, adding new disciplines, and dedicating resources to research and development. This allows us to provide landslide and rockfall mitigation for the transportation, mining, and energy industries in addition to our more specialized stabilization services, such as: bridge abutments, retaining walls, compaction grouting, and more.
If you are interested in a no-obligation site visit to determine if our services fit your geohazard mitigation needs, please contact us.
As told by GSI Project Development Engineer: A pipeline contractor dug a trench through the county road, down a steep bank, below a stream, and then up the next mountain to install the pipes. When they went to backfill the pipes in the roadway and embankment, the soil slipped and they couldn’t keep the backfill in place. We got a call to come out and look at the site.
A Mid-Atlantic state’s Department of Transportation (DOT) and its historical preservation group wanted to repair and rehabilitate a failing rock wall within a town in Appalachia.