Vibro replacement is a deep vibratory method for improving the load-bearing capacity of the subsoil. It involves producing columns from gravel or crushed stone. This method is used for predominantly fine-grained and mixed-grained soils.
Economical and environmentally sound
Deep foundations and large-scale soil replacement to compensate for very soft strata or strata with poor load-bearing capacity are generally expensive and time-consuming, which is why targeted measures to improve the subsoil can be a much more economical alternative. Vibro replacement is quick and economical.
This is an especially sustainable deep vibratory method that does not require the use of cement. The use of materials like gravel and crushed stone, which are already present on site, makes this subsoil improvement particularly environmentally friendly.