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How Geogrids Work to Keep Projects on Track

Unexpected site conditions can derail even meticulously planned engineering and construction projects. Increasingly, to manage uncertainties, engineers and owners are using geogrid materials to combat poor soil conditions and set a strong foundation for projects – resulting in decreased material costs, improved project schedules, longer-term viability and reduced environmental impact. Geogrids are man-made, polymer-based materials used to enhance ground conditions. They are useful in a variety of applications but are particularly used as ground stabilization tools for building better performing and longer lasting paved and unpaved roadways, working platforms, parking lots, and building structures.