Menard Canada

Liquefaction Mitigation

Loose, saturated and cohesionless soils are potentially liquefiable during a seismic event. Soil liquefaction can result in significant settlement and lateral displacements, as well as a potential catastrophic loss of bearing capacity. Soil improvement techniques such as Vibro Replacement, Vibro Compaction and Dynamic Compaction can be very effective in reducing liquefaction potential by using vibration and displacement to densify loose granular soil. With two Menard Canada offices located in high seismic areas of Canada, we have extensive experience utilizing ground improvement techniques to control the potentially damaging and life threatening risks related to soil liquefaction.

Featured Liquefaction Mitigation Projects

  • Federal Building – Estimauville Site

    Québec, QC
    Menard Canada was awarded by Québec City the soil improvement works requiring vibro replacement for the foundation of a future federal building located on the Estimauville site in the Beauport district of Québec. Read More
  • Templeton Designer Outlet Centre

    Richmond, BC Canada
    Vancouver Airport Project Management, YVR and their British joint venture partner McArtherGlen, is constructing a retail Designer Outlet Centre development adjacent to the Vancouver Airport Templeton Station. Construction will be carried out in three successive phases with a phase 3 scheduled completion date of 2016 / 2017. Read More
  • Ste. Anne's Elementary School Extension

    Ottawa, ON
    The project involved the construction of an extension to the existing Ste Anne’s Elementary School located at 340 York Street in Ottawa, Ontario. Due to the poor existing ground conditions encountered at site a soil improvement program was required prior to beginning construction. Menard Canada proposed a ground improvement approach consisting of Rapid Impact Compaction (RIC) to compact the soil with... Read More
  • Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Langley, BC Canada
    Metro Vancouver is upgrading their NW Langley WWTP facility with the construction of four new secondary clarifier tanks and ancillary structures. Read More