XR-3 geomembrane helps supply fresh water to residents of Baltimore

April 1, 2024  |  Final Inspection

Druid Hill Park was inaugurated in 1860 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, totaling 745 acres (300 ha) in size. Druid Lake was constructed (1863–1871) to provide a 1-billion-gallon (440 million m3) capacity, 55-acre (22 ha) freshwater reservoir supplying the city of Baltimo…
Structural asphalt reinforcement in Wassenaar, The Netherlands

February 1, 2024  |  Final Inspection

Municipalities are responsible for public space. Management plans describe which measures must be taken for maintenance, repair, replacement, etc. The management plans are the basis for activities and form the basis for the budget. In Wassenaar, an affluent suburb of The Hague in The Netherlands, th…
Lining system supports upgrade at northern Nevada mine

October 1, 2023  |  Final Inspection

AGRU collaborated with a Nevada mine’s stakeholders to supply more than 12.2 million square feet (1.1 million m2) of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) liner to help a mining operation expand its capacity. The project’s proximity to AGRU’s regional plant, the AGRU liner’s welding edges, and th…
Road slope stability in Auckland, New Zealand

August 1, 2023  |  Final Inspection

Red Hills is a 400-lot residential development situated in Westgate, Auckland, New Zealand. This north-facing, elevated greenfield site sits on sloping land, with steep batters surrounding each block of housing to create the maximum amount of usable land. With some slopes steeper than 1V:2H, there w…
GEOWEB Slope Protection System provides transmission line stabilization solution

June 1, 2023  |  Final Inspection

Transmission lines are integral to supplying power to homes and businesses throughout the country. Confronted with variable terrains, geohazards, and other site complications, transmission line construction projects must contend with a wide range of complexities, including the extreme challenge of t…
Roadway rehabilitation on Interstate 70 in Greenfield, Ind.

April 1, 2023  |  Final Inspection

Interstate 70 is one of the most heavily traveled East-West interstate highways in the county. Increased traffic due to population growth of the eastern metro Indianapolis area had taken its toll on a stretch of the interstate that runs through Greenfield, Ind.
Geogrid for Calgary road building

October 1, 2022  |  Final Inspection

Geosynthetic materials have proven their worth on (and below) surfaces across Canada, where they are being used in greater frequency to provide contractors with a stronger, more sustainable, and cost-efficient base for their projects. Canada’s road-building sector recently applied Titan’s Sparta…
Geocells and geotextiles for separation/reinforcement at an oil-drilling platform

April 1, 2022  |  Final Inspection

An Angle Energy Inc. oil drilling platform in northern Canada required year-round access for equipment to service and maintain a conventional wellsite pad. Several new wells were to be drilled on this pad, and since this location was not connected to a pipeline, continual heavy tanker truck traffic …
Next-generation geogrid installed under a paved road

October 1, 2021  |  Final Inspection

In April 2021, Rantoul Foods in Rantoul, Ill., was undergoing an expansion of its building and grounds. A daily, continuous flow of semitrucks delivering livestock required a paved road designed to last. High-quality techniques prevailed throughout construction of the new facility, and the same high…
Bituminous geomembrane for a South Australian mine

June 1, 2021  |  Case Studies, Final Inspection, News

The Oz Minerals Carrapateena mine is a copper-gold project located 99 miles (160 km) north of Port Augusta in South Australia. The ore is processed on-site to produce a gold-copper concentrate. A lined tailings storage facility (TSF) was required to receive the tailings by-product and protect the su…