Press releases and media coverage

Advances in relevelling products and processes for buildings are creating cost-effective and less invasive alternatives to traditional underpinning methods.

Redland City Council (SE Qld) has engaged Arup to trial several different methods to help prevent canal banks and associated retaining walls from moving, with Mainmark’s Teretek as one option.

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.

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.

With advances in structural monitoring technology, it is now possible to identify early warning signs of structural damage or weakness in real-time. Dynamic structural monitoring technology known as STRAAM (Structural Risk Assessment and Management) collects data on how a building moves, which can be used to initiate repairs or renovations sooner, limit the risk of further damage, better manage occupant safety and support possible litigation.

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 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.