Deep Foundation Polyurethane Foam Injection

New asphalt road was showing signs of settlement due to uncompacted fill dirt below the compacted subgrade beneath the asphalt. CFS injected polyurethane foam into the uncompacted fill and stiffen the soil to provide support to the asphalt roadway above. First 5/8” holes were drilled into the asphalt then pipe was drove down into the subgrade approximately 3 - 9 ft below grade. CFS injected a pre-determined amount of AP440 foam into the fill dirt at the base depth and then lifted the pipe in 3 ft increments and injected additional foam. The asphalt roadway was monitored during the injection process with lasers for any lift of the asphalt roadway. Lastly, the pipe from the injection hole was removed and asphalt was patched by others. CFS injected approximately 4,000 lbs of polyurethane foam. This proved to be a significant cost savings compared to the option of removing the existing asphalt and uncompacted material and replacing with new, compacted structural fill.

Our Projects

Laurinburg, NC Railroad Bridge
Laurinburg, NC Railroad Bridge
Laurinburg, NC Railroad Bridge

Project Specs


8 Grouted Anchors

30-50ft Depths