Value Engineering


Soil works is the innovator and manufacturer of Soiltac soil stabilizer and dust control agent. Soiltac is an eco-safe, biodegradable, liquid copolymer used to stabilize and solidify any soil or aggregate as well as erosion control and dust suppression.

Once applied to the soil or aggre gate, the copolymer molecules coalesce forming bonds between the soil or aggregate particles. The key advantage of Soiltac originates with its long,nanoparticle molecular structure that link and cross-link together. As the water dissipates from the soil or aggregate, a durable and water resistant matrix of flexible solid-mass is created. Once cured, Soiltac becomes completely transparent,leaving the natural landscape to appear untouched.For more details please refer to the link:


M/s. ISCHEBECK deals in micro piles, soil nails and ground anchors and the application can be:

  • Gantry or streetlight post or any erection element that needs traditional piling or equivalent foundation requirements. In some cases (very heavy load) traditional piling would be most economical and it all depends on the load required. (telecom towers, transmission towers etc.)
  • Soil Nails/Anchors are also used for retaining walls while excavation of basement to avoid the continuous piling requirement.
  • The other applications of micro piles will be in building foundations and other extended applications. Above are the very cost effective products, other products only replace existing system with low cost and less time.
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RADCON Water Proofing we offer lifetime warranty and cost effective, application cost literally zero. It also strengthens concrete. It can be applied on any concrete structure, Bridges, Water retaining structures. Please follow the link for more details


We can replace any conventional rip rap or concrete slabs for slopes on the bridge approach ramp slopes, embankments etc. This technology reduce cost and time and more durable.For more details, please refer to the link below.