Wild Rose School Division Tripping Hazards in Alberta

The Challenge - Weak Soil Conditions

Four schools in the Wild Rose School Division located in Drayton Valley and Breton, Alberta had a variety of challenges relating to differentially settled concrete panels resulting in numerous “trip hazards” providing tripping conditions for the students. There were also settled concrete panels  with resultant water ponding issues which required lifting and alignment.

The Solution - Soil Stabilization

Meeting the Client’s requirement to execute the work during a time the schools were closed, two Poly-Mor production rigs from Edmonton drove to the Wild Rose School Division and undertook all of the required work, lifting and aligning all the settled concrete panels to remove trip hazards and lift the settled panels where water ponding was an issue, re-establishing positive slope in these areas. The Result: Children could now run and play without fear of being confronted with trip hazards and our Client was extremely pleased with the results and cost savings.

If you have any slab-settlement, leak sealing or weak soils stabilization challenges call Poly-Mor for a free quotation!

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