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Coastal defence at Mamaia beach on the Black Sea

Tubular geofilter as coastal defence and woven geogrids as reinforcement for the foundation under the sea level.
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Al-Hoceima port reinforced soil slope

The Al Hoceima port is undergoing rapid expansion, confirmed by the numerous hotels and administrative buildings. The coastal environment is rocky, with different slopes inclination. An area with lower inclination is found near the port.
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R7 highway construction

Southeastern European countries are showing a deep commitment to developing their national infrastructure, demonstrating a genuine understanding that improving road infrastructure, can bring immediate and long-term economic benefits to modern and developing economies.
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Bangalore landfill base lining

The Bangalore landfill was designed in response to the growing protests from environmentalists and local community representatives regarding damage to the environment and the health of residents living in neighbouring villages.
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Kolkata airport runway

When it comes to airport upgrade, one of the mostly commonly encountered situations is the extension of the runway or apron. From a technical point of view, there is an extensive array of solutions to choose from using geosynthetics to deliver reliability and long-lasting service life.
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Constantine-skikda tunnels

The Est-West highway represents one of the largest infrastructure projects in the history of Algeria: it links the western border (Morocco side) to the eastern border (Tunisia side). The project has been divided into three parts: East lot, Centre lot, and West lot. Along its route a variety of soils constitute the foundation and outline of project.
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Gaeta port embankment

Today Gaeta port has 900 m berths and a 12,000 m2 yard. An additional 500 m berths, a 60.000 m2 area for handling goods, buildings for handling and storing containers, as well as roads are all under construction, covering an area of 20.000 m2.
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Hera landfill capping

With the end of life of the non-hazardous waste landfill owned by HERA located in Ravenna came the problem of final closure of the perimeter embankments using geosynthetic materials.
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A3 highway reinforced soil slope

The enlargement of the A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria highway requires the construction of various types of retaining systems, including bulkheads, reinforced concrete retaining walls and reinforced soil. With reference to this type of works, it was supplied SIS scpa contractor materials, technology and technical support for reinforcement slopes named TR23. The reinforced slope has a maximum height of 16.90 m.
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Planais water pump plant

In May 2012, the new Planais water pump plant was inaugurated to avoid flooding of the production plants in the Aussa-Corno industrial zone. The hydraulic works called for two separate systems for run-off water and waste water, various open air channels for rainfalls, and a water pumping station for raising the rain water coming from all the surronding.
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Tevere river banks protection

River banks are often characterized by their highly variable boundary and mechanical properties of their soil, by their conditions of partial saturation as well as by the high variable surrounding hydraulic conditions in space and time, especially during floods. Specifically, the condition of partial saturation of the soil causes a reduction in the permeability of the soil with the increase in soil suction, defined as the difference between the air pressure (ua) and the porosity water pressure (uw).
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Sp56 road rockfall barrier

Along the Provincial Road SP56 in Caoria, between the villages of Caoria and Canal San Bovo, over the years there have been repeated events of rockslides and rockfalls on the roadway. This has required the planning and the design of a series of works to guarantee the safety of drivers.
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Sharra landfill reinforced soil slope

The Sharra landfill is located about 7 km south-east of Tirana and 500/600 m south-west of the town of Sharra. Sharra is separated from Tirana by the hills of Selita and Sharra, about 250/300 m above sea level. Furthermore, the Sharra hill chain divides the Tirana basin from Ezren, where the landfill is located on the right slope of a small valley, at a height that varies from 95 to 125 m above sea level.
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A31 highway basal reinforcement

Completion of the southern section of highway A31 has led to an in-depth study of the road embankment stability behaviour, both short and long term, in terms of ultimate and operating limit states. In fact, from a geological point of view, the soil on site is significantly stratified, both length and cross wise, with “chaotic” alternating of sand, loam, and clay.
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Milan-venice railroad reinforced soil slope

The section of the Milan-Venice railroad between the Lonigo and Montebello stations is running on embankment with average height of 6 to 7 m with slopes that range from 26° to 35°. Already in 1985-1986 the presence of cracks on the embankment edges was noted.
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A3 highway reinforced soil slope

in south-western Italy, near Salerno, there are large infrastructure projects in progress or undergoing modernization. Among these, there is the expansion of the A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria highway. This section includes Type 1/A modernization and upgrading works according to the National Research Center (C.N.R./80) for the section from km 108+00 to km 139+00.
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