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The ground beneath us is constantly moving.

The upward, lateral, or downward movement of ground is called subsidence. If subsidence occurs below a building’s foundations it can result in structural damage.

Mainmark specialises in advanced, non-invasive soil stabilisation, ground compaction and foundation repair solutions to improve support for buildings, roads, bridges and other structures. We treat the ground beneath them to raise, re-level, and re-support these structures.

Mainmark’s foundation repair technologies are modern, non-invasive alternatives to traditional underpinning techniques; they are like keyhole surgery for your building or home.

Latest blog posts

rain flows down from a roof down causing subsidence issues

Regional spotlight series: How local weather and soil conditions can impact ACT’s ageing residential market

As part of our regional series, we take a closer look at the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and how its ground conditions can impact the area’s built environment. Like in most regions, Mainmark’s operations in Australia’s capital city span residential, commercial and civil infrastructure. While several public infrastructure sites have benefited from Mainmark’s ground remediation

Teretek bridge repair and relevel

A year in review with Mainmark ANZ general manager, Joe Glanville

As 2021 draws to a close and we reflect on the year that has been, I think our biggest achievement this year is that we managed to successfully complete well over 1,800 projects across Australia and New Zealand despite extended lockdowns and border restrictions, which impacted our business in every region. The Australian and New

Sydney Harbour Tunnel - Australia

Tunnel infrastructure: The key to functional cities are tunnels built to last

With increasing urban population density and traffic loads, tunnel infrastructure is often the difference between commuters reaching their destination and transportation grinding to a halt. Tunnels help to alleviate congestion, promote healthier traffic flow, and minimise disruption in suburban areas making them increasingly important for metropolitan growth areas. For example, in Greater Sydney, New South