– internationally peer reviewed report now available.
It’s been nearly four years in development, and with extensive trials and testing now complete, Mainmark is proud to announce the internationally peer reviewed report for our Resin Injection Ground Improvement Research Trials has been released with the results hailed a success.
Terefil® expedites civil and geotechnical project timelines
Mainmark, is successfully expediting project schedules for void filling with its Terefil® solution, the world’s most advanced structural lightweight cementitious based filler for geotechnical applications.
Austroads Bridge Conference review
In April, some of the Mainmark team attended the annual Austroads Bridge Conference to present a paper on STRAAM, which was introduced by Mainmark into Australia and New Zealand late last year, and how it has been used to assess the structural condition of bridges in the USA.
Turning a blind eye to wall cracks in your home may mean you’re missing the warning signs for serious and ongoing structural damage.
Wall cracks are common in Australian and New Zealand houses, and though some are nothing to worry about, others can indicate a sinking or damaged foundation.
During the Christchurch earthquakes of 2010 and 2011, the Christchurch Art Gallery suffered significant damage to its foundations, causing the 33,000 tonne building to sink.
Mainmark worked closely with the project’s engineering team to successfully re-support and re-level Continue reading “Christchurch Art Gallery earthquake-damaged foundations repaired in just 52 days”
…Level Correction and Ground Strengthening Success in Kaiapoi
The Christchurch earthquakes were responsible for numerous buildings ultimately being demolished. So it is refreshing to hear a 130-year old building was recently given a ‘lift’, the first steps towards repairing and restoring the structure, ensuring it can stand strong for many more years to come. Continue reading “Helping Heritage Stand Strong”