Temporary Shoring and Slope Stabilization


Temporary Shoring and Slope Stabilization

GeoStabilization International® provided the temporary shoring and slope stabilization for an emergency repair on a public transportation highway in the northeast United States. The stabilization system consisted of more than 5,000 SF of grouted soil nails, geotextile fabric, and a high-capacity galvanized steel mesh surface treatment. The state transportation’s maintenance forces provided the site preparation with their own resources while GeoStabilization provided the specialty contracting to install the stabilization system. With the shoring system in place, the DOT’s forces were safely able to install a stream slope armoring using large diameter riprap. All of GeoStabilization’s work was completed from the active roadway platform allowing alternating traffic on the opposite lane at all times. The project was successfully completed in 2 weeks within the allocated budget.


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Daniel Journeaux, Temporary Shoring and Slope Stabilization
Daniel Journeaux
Rockfall Director
Martin (Marty) Woodard, Temporary Shoring and Slope Stabilization
Martin (Marty) Woodard
Ph.D., P.G., P.E., Chief Rockfall Engineer

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Harry Rauch, E.I.T., Project Engineer
Harry Rauch
E.I.T., Project Engineer
Dan Koehmstedt, Mountain & Pacific Regional Senior Operations Manager
Dan Koehmstedt
Mountain & Pacific Regional Senior Operations Manager
Kenneth “Kenny” Starrett, Project Manager
Kenneth “Kenny” Starrett
Project Manager

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