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EPS Geofoam Applications


Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) Geofoam has a long history of use in the building and construction industry. Going back as far as the 1960s, EPS Geofoam has been used as a geotechnical material that has aided in roadway, bridge, airport runway, and stadium seating building jobs - just to name a few. 

EPS Geofoam is ideal for these types of projects, as it is highly versatile, durable, and lightweight. It is approximately 1% the weight of soil and less than 10% the weight of other lightweight fill alternatives, meaning it reduces loads imposed on adjacent and underlying soils and structures, and costs less to ship and handle. It is the perfect tool to help solve engineering challenges, speed up construction schedules, and lower overall cost of construction.

EPS Geofoam offers the following benefits:

Extremely lightweight and durable
Lowers construction costs
Improves construction time
Easy to handle and transport
Does not require special equipment
Unaffected by occurring weather conditions
Easily cut and shaped
Available in many material types

You can learn more about EPS Geofoam's applications and use in construction by clicking one of the links below:

Road Widening
Airport Runway and Taxiway Construction
Bridge Abutment projects
Bridge Underfill
Compensating Foundations
Landscaping and Green Vegetative Roofs
Levee Construction and Support
Lightweight Structure Foundation Construction
Rail Embankment Projects
Retained and Buried Walls
Slope Stabilization
Stadium and Theater Seating
Road Construction Over Poor Soils
Culverts, Pipelines, and Buried Utilities
EPS Geofoam Special Applications

Or contact one of our EPS product specialists today!

     


 
 
 

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