Geosynthetics Saves Contractors Money

Building a stable subgrade is vital for constructing an effective and long-lasting pavement system…

Georgia (Jul 9, 2015) — Building a stable subgrade is vital for constructing an effective and long-lasting pavement system. In general, the subgrade soils unsuitable to support the pavement are removed to a suitable depth and replaced with stable granular fill material. During the replacement of granular fill, use of geosynthetics has become a common practice in the United States.

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