First-Rate Expertise in Ground Improvement Techniques

Finding the Solution That is Best for Your Project

We’re more than just a ground improvement company, CNC Foundations is a premier geotechnical subcontractor. We offer quality products that are cost effective and safe practices backed by our years of experience.

Industry Experts in Ground Improvement Systems

Subsurface conditions can vary significantly within a single job site. The characteristics of the in situ soil play a crucial role in determining which ground improvement technique or group of techniques is best. We have more than three decades of experience in finding the solution that fits your unique situation the best. You can rely on our experience and vast inventory of equipment to supply your needs in any geotechnical project. Contact CNC Foundations for more information about how our ground improvement solutions can help your next project.

Aggregate Piers

Aggregate pier installation is a ground improvement technique that constructs dense columns of compacted stone.

Vibro Stone Columns

Vibro stone columns are compacted aggregate that is installed through existing soil to improve the geotechnical properties.

CNC Vibratory Stone Column machine

Grain Bin Systems

As increasing yields call for expansion in storage and drying capacity, we ensure your grain system will stand for generations to come.

Displacement Piles

Displacement piles achieve minimal foundation disturbance, reduces waste going off site, and uses helixes for a quick and quiet application.

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Specialized Ground Improvement Solutions

 We’re equipped with the most effective solutions for the design and construction of your projects.

Rigid Inclusions vs. VCCs

Rigid Inclusions and Vibratory Concrete Columns are both used in high load-bearing conditions where the soil is not ideal for your structure. Both of them have their ideal use and different applications. Each one has its own benefits and ideal conditions. You can count on CNC Foundations to select the right tool for your soil conditions and project type.

Earthquake Drains

Earthquakes can lead to soil liquefaction, in which soil takes on water and turns into a thick liquid. This can lead to landslides and major structural damage. To mitigate this, geotechnical engineers can install earthquake drains to give the water a path to escape during a seismic event, preventing the buildup of water pressure. We install earthquake drains before or after a building’s construction.

Wick Drains

Where deep fills are required to achieve design grade or surcharge loading is required to consolidate a site prior to construction, wick drains can be used to accelerate the schedule. They are thin geosynthetic drainage strips installed vertically through compressible soils in a grid to provide drainage for water as it’s squeezed out of the soil, allowing the consolidation of the soil to happen much faster than it would otherwise.

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