For the second time, Menard Oceania will be present at THE ECOFORUM CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION IN FREMANTLE that takes places in October 2016 (25th-28th).
We will present a paper that will focus on the cost, environmental and practical benefits of in-situ soil mixing vs traditional dig and dump methods in dealing with contaminated soils, giving a comparative view on a state by state basis.
Indeed, in-situ mechanical soil mixing is likely to ultimately play a significant role in environmental remediation and Menard Oceania has already successfully completed some projects using this technique. Achieving depths of up to 30m in the right conditions, mechanical soil mixing can reach target contamination in situations where excavation and removal of the contaminant is quite simply impractical.
Photo: Soil Mixing – Telegraph Road project
Come and visit our booth 21 and discover Menard Oceania’s environmental remediation solutions!
ABOUT MENARD GROUP OCEANIA
Menard Oceania maintains an exceptional 45-year history in Australia offering design and construction geotechnical experience. Providing cost effective ground improvement solutions for some of Australia’s mid-to-large infrastructure and construction projects. Its recent completion of the Pacific Highway upgrade, Optus Stadium (Perth) and Melbourne’s Webb Dock Project are Menard’s largest CMC projects in Australia.
Menard Oceania is a part of Soletanche Freyssinet, a group of world leaders in soil, structural and nuclear engineering. This relationship further strengthens Menard’s ability to manage complex integrated problems and continue as the leader and pioneer of specialist geotechnical contracting.