Press releases and media coverage

MAINMARK DECOMMISSIONS ONE OF NSW’S MOST CHALLENGING ABANDONED MINESHAFTS Ground engineering firm Mainmark has been announced as a finalist for the International Project of the Year Award at the 2017 Ground Engineering Awards for its work in successfully decommissioned one of New South Wales’ most technically and physically challenging derelict mineshafts.

Mainmark: 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.

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. This innovative solution is a fast and cost-effective alternative to traditional methods, such as aggregate or granular fills.

Ground engineering and asset preservation specialist Mainmark has made STRAAM, a world-first structural analysis technology developed in the USA, available in Australia and New Zealand. STRAAM is the most effective way to pinpoint structural damage and stability issues in real-time to mitigate risk and enhance safety.

Mainmark has successfully remediated a large concrete culvert under State Highway 58 using a new, technologically advanced solution.

Ground engineering and asset preservation specialist, Mainmark, has used proprietary technology to address ground subsidence risk and fill a concrete culvert at Brisbane Airport in just three weeks

Ground engineering and asset preservation specialist Mainmark has made STRAAM, a world-first structural analysis technology developed in the USA, available in Australia and New Zealand. STRAAM is the most effective way to pinpoint structural damage and stability issues in real-time to mitigate risk and enhance safety.

When it comes to buying your dream property, it pays to know the signs of structural damage.

While movement to the structure of houses is normal, homeowners should look for cracks in walls, as this is often an indication of foundation damage.

Innovative in-ground engineering and a New Zealand first, sums up the relevelling of some of Christchurch’s iconic buildings and vital infrastructure. Richard Silcock provides some insight into the technology and the projects where it has been successfully used.

Big engineering job, zero business impact. Ground strengthening and re-levelling on large retail precinct while business continued.

A technology for measuring the structural integrity of buildings in real-time has been introduced into Australia.