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Geotechnical

Temporary Plate Shoring (TPS)

With the space constraints facing developers and construction projects, it is not uncommon to encounter grade separations that will endanger adjacent structures, or fail to provide the clearance for a safe excavation.  Vertical Earth provides the means and methods to provide safe access and support adjacent struct...read more

Permanent Shoring

While similar to temporary shoring, permanent shoring is intended to remain in place.  Methodologies are generally 'top down' construction utilizing either soil nails, H-piles, or tiebacks and a permanent face with either shotcrete, concrete panels, or other materials that will not deteriorate over time.  Ver...read more

Micropiles

Utilized in both new construction and during repairs, micropiles transfer the load of a structure to a lower, more stable, strata of soil.  Also used to overcome uplift forces in such applications as solar farms, wind farms, and large span buildings, micropiles (or mini-piles) allow a cost effective solution ...read more

Tieback Anchors

While similar and oftentimes confused with soil nails, tiebacks rely on pressure from both ends of the rod to place the reinforced mass into tension.  Types of tiebacks vary from grouted or epoxied single threaded rods, to mechanically driven and loaded, to multi-stranded tiebacks.  This versatility allows th...read more

Shotcrete

Shotcrete can be applied to a variety of structures to provide for their permanent protection from erosion.  From temporary to permanent shoring, erosion control applications, failing timber walls, pipe re-lining, shaft lining, and specialty applications in the industrial sector, shotcrete provides a versatile mea...read more

Residential Services

As a homeowner, your property improvements are as important as any commercial property.  Allow Vertical Earth to bring our years of professional expertise in constructing your next project or providing a solution to your geotechnical problems.  We provide services to many residential developers, homeowner ass...read more

Soil Nails

Vertical Earth installs soil nails in a variety of means and methods from aerial to reinforce a rock or a soil mass to inside factory floors to provide stabilization for a new concrete pit to accept manufacturing equipment.  Utilized for both permanent and temporary applications, the nails provide the support, and...read more

Helical Piers

Helical piers offer a versatile means of remediating soft foundations for both new construction and stabilizing, underpinning, or lifting failing foundations.  With Vertical Earth's Resources, we have the ability to install helical piers inside buildings, under civil structures, and on commercial or residenti...read more

H-Piles

H-piles are one of the most common forms of shoring.  Driven, augered, or vibrated into position, designs allow for either permanent or temporary shoring applications.  Lagging can be permanent or temporary and can be from either wood or concrete.  Corrosion protection may be required for permanent shori...read more

Retaining Walls

Modular Retaining Wall

As one of the most flexible options in grade separation technology, Modular Retaining Walls function by reinforcing a mass of soil with layers of  geosynthetic reinforcements.  While practically unlimited in height, structures can be designed for corners, radii, building and traffic loads, while proving to be...read more

Reinforced Soil Slopes (RSS)

While Reinforced Slopes are similar in mechanics to a modular wall, they provide a great solution when functions drive more than aesthetics, when a vegetated face is required, or when pervious structures are required.  The ability to plant a variety of grasses, vines, or other low growing plants into the face allo...read more

MSE- Panel Walls

MSE Panel Walls are most commonly utilized on heavy civil and transportation projects.  Many state DOT's including GDOT (Georgia Department of Transportation) utilize MSE structures with select backfill stone for reinforced embankments for roadways, bridge approaches, and bridge abutments. ...read more

Concrete, Cast in Place

Concrete continues to be the mainstay of commercial, civil, and heavy construction.  From freestanding detention pond walls, box culverts, detention vaults, to elevated slabs, Vertical Earth has the Experience and Flexibility to incorporate concrete with our other services to provide an engineered solution fo...read more

Gabion

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Civil

Transportation Enhancement

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Park Sites

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Site Development

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Revetment Matting- Articulating Concrete Blocks

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Emergency Response

Emergency Response

We never know when a natural or man-made emergency will occur. Vertical Earth can mobilize quickly to provide life-safety solutions, as well as stabilize and prevent loss of property or improvements. Landslides, rock slides, slope failures, sink holes, foundation failures, retaining wall failures, erosion, pipe and...read more


Emergency Response

We never know when a natural or man-made emergency will occur. Vertical Earth can mobilize quickly to provide life-safety solutions, as well as stabilize and prevent loss of property or improvements. Landslides, rock slides, slope failures, sink holes, foundation failures, retaining wall failures, erosion, pipe and culvert failures, tornado and hurricane damage, and many other catastrophic events require that action be taken quickly to prevent further loss, as well as to allow life to return to normal as quickly as possible. Municipalities, school districts, state governments, large corporations, utility providers, multi-family developers, and others have relied on Vertical Earth's quick response time coupled with our Experience and Flexibility to provide solutions. With just a phone call, a manager with the authority to make decisions will be on your site, with equipment and manpower, within a matter of hours.

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