Souffelweyersheim, France


Souffelweyersheim, France  Close to  Strasbourg, Menard has completed 530 inclusions for the construction of an industrial building.  At Souffelweyersheim, in the north-east of France, Menard has constructed Controlled Modulus Columns (CMC) for the construction of an industrial building.  The site is made up of backfill at the surface level, with low-density loess at the medium [...]

Pré Mayen and Pré Mayen terrasses, France


Pré Mayen and Pré Mayen terrasses, France  The project consisted in creating a property development in Montbonnot-Saint-Martin including four-storey apartment buildings with or without an underground level.   Located about ten kilometres East of Grenoble, the Grésivaudan valley is known for being a level 4 seismic area on a scale of 5. In that [...]

Ports Pulaski Warehouse, USA


Ports Pulaski Warehouse, USA  The Prologis Ports Pulaski Warehouse Project, developed by Prologis, Inc., consisted in building an 82,000 sq. metre logistics facility. Up to six drilling machines worked concurrently to improve the foundation soils for the structure by installing about 12,000 Controlled Modulus Columns (CMCs). The site, which rests on former landfill [...]

Goya Foods warehouse and corporate headquarters, USA


Goya Foods warehouse and corporate headquarters, USA  The new warehouse and corporate headquarters (totalling 57,000 sq. metres) of Goya Foods required foundation soil improvement. Menard proposed a solution of installing more than 11,000 Controlled Modulus Columns (CMCs). At the site, construction had to contend with the presence of a former landfill and flooding [...]

Anse du Portier, Monaco


Portier Cove reclamation project  The outsized Portier Cove urban extension project will reclaim six hectares of land from the sea to accommodate 60,000 sq. metres of residential space as well as public facilities. To meet the technical and environmental challenges of this colossal undertaking, Menard employed three ground improvement techniques: Vibrocompaction; “bottom feed” [...]

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