The Major Questions frequently asked by clients:

1.) Describe the problem that you were trying to solve.

2.) Describe the innovative/project specific solution to the problem described.

3.) Describe why the innovation/project specific significant to your organization.

"Innovative Solutions

Project specific
solutions/Innovative products

Case Study 01
  1. Since acceptance of Geosynthetics for Reinforced soil walls in India, every manufacturer/applicator focused/bargained with contractor only on cost of Geosynthetics/Labors/other accessories that affect manufacturers/applicators profit because concrete was being supplied by contractors. While we focused on both reducing consumption of concrete as well as Geosynthetics/other materials at competitive rates.
  2. We developed our own facia in 2010, to reduce consumption of concrete i.e. Panels and Blocks for Reinforced Soil Walls (RSW). Our Panels facia thickness is 140mm to 115mm (without affecting stability of RSW) while manufacturers/applicators were using 160mm to 230mm thickness for same purpose. IRC:SP:102-2014 has also mentioned minimum panels facia thickness 140mm. Unique designs of Blocks facia also save concrete consumption as well as has the provision of devlopment of green vegetation.
  3. Contractors/Infrastructures companies are being benefitted with our focus on less consumption of concrete. The other advantages to contractors are: correct site specific designs, switching of one manufacture to other is very easy without affecting the other team members like labors/designer/supplier of other accessories (Bearing pad, Connectors etc.) during project execution phase.
  4. Because of our focus on less consumption of concrete, quality supervision and delivering project specific design solution make project cost effective without affecting stability. Quality supervision reduces the wastage at site while following design and construction guidelines.

Case Study 02

  1. Construction of 5.50m high approaches to R.O.B. at NH11 (Jaipur to Reengus Section) was required. In R.O.B. approaches, vibration due to railway was crucial parameter.
  2. Our economical, sustainable design solution was construction of Reinforced Steep Slope (RSS) using Geosynthetics in place of Reinforced Soil Wall (RSW). The angle of slope with horizontal is 55°, it does not require concrete and steel for facia as it is required for RSW. In RSS the less restriction on reinforced and retained fill as required in RSW make it also cost effective. The construction is also very fast and complted in 2014.
  3. This solution never before proposed for construction of approaches to R.O.B. and for any other NHAI projects across India. Contractor saves money due to: zero concrete consumption and steel (No facia requirement), Geosynthetics due to economical design and other accessories those are not required for construction of RSS.
  4. It was sustainable, economical solution. Initially NHAI consultant hesitate to applied at site but subsequently cooperate after developing confidence during discussion with our technical team. Presently our Reinforced Steep Slopes has become live guiding example to many infrastructure companies/contractors. After that we suggested same solution for various Infrastructure companies/contractors.

Case Study 03

  1. Development of 8.00m high boundary wall to retain earth pressure and for development of outdoor playing court in a under construction building complex, Mhow, Madhya Pradesh. Boundary wall having concrete rod at top of retained soil and is going to protect foundation of building after development of building complex.
  2. In place of convention R.C.C retaining wall or gravity wall, we suggested wrapped around reinforced wall with provision of landscaping to match surroundings and pleasing appearance. The solution was very cost effective. Cost effective Geosynthetics were used in place of costly material like Cement and Steel. Builder saves money.
  3. We opened new area for Geosynthetics while Geosynthetics were/are being used mainly for highway projects by the manufacturers/applicators. Our wrapped around wall is guiding example of cost effective solution to builders. It shows that Geosynthetics can be used as a trusted alternative of building construction materials for various applications.
  4. We have shown the path of utilization of Geosynthetics as an alternative of conventional building material for various applications in building construction industry. Few examples are development of artificial pond, erosion protection when building resting on slopes, bearing capacity improvement, maintenance free roads within building complex.

Case Study 04

  1. Construction of 9.0m high Reinforced soil wall (RSW) approaches to R.O.B. in Rajasthan.
  2. In place of conventional design of RSW as suggested by manufacturers/applicators, we proposed cost effective design with 20% less consumption of polyester geogrid than conventional design after verifying site conditions for its application. Design solution was based on international technical research paper.
  3. We have shown the path to contractors/Infrastructure companies that conclusive research can be used at site successfully even it is not mentioned in Indian codes. Money invested on conclusive and authentic research is productive if we implement it at site after carefully analyzing site conditions with quality supervision.
  4. We encouraged and developed confidence to contractors/Infrastructure companies/concerned department to utilize the invested money of conclusive research by using research at site under guidance of experienced Geosynthetics consultant. If we develop practice of productive use of conclusive research at site then government / respcted institutions will never hesitate to invest in research.

Case Study 05

  1. At NH5, Andhra Pradesh, construction of 8.0m high Reinforced soil wall resting on poor quality foundation soil and in the presence of all around water bodies. Foundation soil was having black cotton soil with low bearing capacity up to 5.0m depth from ground level.
  2. Implemented cost effective unconventional sustainable design solution in 2013, was based on research published in “Indian Geotechnical Journal, April 2005”.  Before suggestion, carefully analyzed the site and foundation soil properties. Strict quality control by experience team invariably makes it successful at site.
  3. It is our one more live emulate example to contractors/Infrastructure companies/government concerned departments that pertinent research can be used at site successfully even it is not mentioned in Indian codes. Implementation of conclusive and authentic research after carefully analyzing site with quality supervision, money invested on research is productive.
  4. Our perseverance approach for implementation of research at site with great care and supervision make invested money on research productive. Our endeavor will decisively encourage conclusive research in various education institutes and government owned research departments and invariably helps in development of confidence among contractors and various approval authorities.