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Strata Systems launches engineering software platform for GRS

News | August 10, 2017 | By:

Strata Systems, Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of geosynthetic soil stabilization products, recently launched the latest version of StrataPro, an engineering software platform that gives designers the ability to analyze a variety of faced systems on geosynthetically reinforced soil (GRS) structures. Strata says the platform, which is available through its website, will help designers determine the optimal GRS solutions for their clients.

“StrataPro is just the latest example of Strata’s commitment to developing innovative solutions that will advance the entire geosynthetics ecosystem,” said Craig Bell, general manager of Strata Systems. “We are proud of this technology, and the value it will bring to our partners in the design community.”

The software provides elevation and section views of GRS structures and allows designers to quickly and easily modify design characteristics such as wall type, geometry and reinforcement location. The tool produces results in real time, ensuring accurate material quantity estimates for face area, infill, reinforcement and drainage. StrataPro facilitates internal compound stability, static and seismic analyses. Users can manually input data or import existing files from Microsoft Excel and AWall. StrataPro is interoperable with ACAD, as well as slope stability platforms ReSSA and GSLOPE.

The software integrates important industry design methodologies, including NCMA (Third Edition), AASHTO 2010 and 2015, BS8006-10, as well as FHWA-NHI 10-024 and 10-025.

For more information about StrataPro, visit

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