Teretek is saving more homes across Australia and New Zealand
It can be extremely worrisome for owners of a home that is suffering the serious effects of ground subsidence. Traditional signs of a home affected by soil subsidence can vary from large cracks in walls and uneven concrete driveways, to annoyances such as doors and windows not closing properly,
Why accurate service location is critical for asset owners and project managers
Whether it’s power, water, gas, communications or sewer lines, identifying the precise location and condition of underground assets is essential before undertaking any ground works, both as a safety measure and to protect the asset from damage.
Inside Mainmark: Learnings from the Christchurch earthquakes
With Theo Hnat, Technical Manager, Mainmark New Zealand How long have you worked at Mainmark? I began working with Mainmark in the summer of 2013 while in my third year of university, starting as a site engineer on the Christchurch Art Gallery re-levelling project.
Overcoming the challenges associated with decommissioning ageing pipe infrastructure
In Australia, decommissioning and rehabilitating ageing infrastructure including gas, water and sewer pipes, is becoming an increasingly pressing issue for government and infrastructure stakeholders. As infrastructure ages, failure rates increase along with risks to the environment and public safety.
How non-invasive ground improvement solutions can fortify foundations for new builds and renovations
How non-invasive ground improvement solutions can fortify foundations for new builds and renovations. Advances in re-levelling products and processes for buildings have created cost-effective and less invasive alternatives to traditional underpinning methods.
Mainmark participates in revetment and retaining wall stabilisation trials at Raby Bay
The Redland City Council in Brisbane is experiencing an ongoing problem with canal revetment and retaining wall movement in Raby Bay and has initiated a trial to test the suitability of various treatment options.
Mainmark congratulates Dr Alan Jeary on becoming a fellow of the Royal Society of NSW
Mainmark congratulates Dr Alan Jeary on becoming a fellow of the Royal Society of NSW Last year, Mainmark was proud to exclusively introduce STRAAM, a world-leading structural monitoring technology developed by industry pioneer Dr Alan Jeary AO.
Mainmark attends 2017 Ground Engineering Awards in London
Mainmark attends 2017 Ground Engineering Awards in London Last night, Mainmark attended the 2017 Ground Engineering Awards ceremony in London, where two of our projects were recognised as finalists in two separate categories – International Project of the Year and the Award for Technical Innovation.
Mainmark achieves ISO certification in accordance with new standards
Mainmark is proud to be one of the first companies to be certified to the new (2015) versions of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. Only a handful of companies have achieved accreditation to the 2015 standard, making this a particularly noteworthy achievement.
Mainmark’s Ground Improvement and Liquefaction Mitigation solution formally recognised as a geotechnical innovation
– 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
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.
Using STRAAM to monitor movement in bridges
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.