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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

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Regional spotlight series: meeting the demand for specialised applications and civil infrastructure remediation in Victoria and Tasmania

As part of our regional series, where we discuss Mainmark’s operations in different areas across Australia and New Zealand, we turn our attention to Victoria and Tasmania. While Mainmark’s residential division has thrived in these regions for many years, more recently there has been a major focus on infrastructure remediation due to a record level

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Adapting to change with virtual site inspections

Due to the disruption caused by restrictions that Australia and New Zealand have experienced as a result of COVID-19, many trades and businesses including ground engineering specialists, have been unable to visit homes in some regions to conduct on-site inspections. Without visiting a customer’s home, it is difficult to assess structural issues like wall cracks

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Mainmark wins Good Design Award for Toowoomba Bypass project

In 2019 Mainmark embarked on a project in Toowoomba, Queensland, playing an important role in one of the largest infrastructure projects in the state’s history. The project was the $1.6 billion Toowoomba Bypass, a 41km long dual carriageway and ring road that was designed to improve freight connections to major ports and markets and reduce