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Roadway Launched SuperMicropile Repair


Roadway Launched SuperMicropile™ Repair

A precariously perched two-lane roadway in Colorado National Monument needed to be widened. The Central Federal Lands office of the Federal Highway Administration designed a mechanically stabilized earth retaining wall to facilitate that widening. In order to work quickly, maintain a small footprint, and work within a limited excavation, the FHWA selected Launched SuperMicropiles as the solution for building the foundation to the wall. GeoStabilization International installed the Launched SuperMicropiles and met the FHWA goal of a fast solution that would minimize the size of the excavation and provide a permanent foundation support system. Moreover, Launched SuperMicropiles also proved to be an economical solution.


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Reid Bailey, P.E., M.ASCE, M.SAME, Senior Project Development Engineer
Reid Bailey
P.E., M.ASCE, M.SAME, Senior Project Development Engineer
Tim Ruckman, Founder & Advisory Board
Tim Ruckman
Founder & Advisory Board
Martin (Marty) Woodard, Ph.D., P.G., P.E., Chief Rockfall Engineer
Martin (Marty) Woodard
Ph.D., P.G., P.E., Chief Rockfall Engineer

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