Because the property is located within an energetic community that utilizes the pool on a regular basis, it was paramount any solution would have to take into account significant resident activity. Coastal Foundation Solutions elected to install an injection grid that created one row of injections to fill the voids. This process would fuse together the deeper soils, and seal the pathways where water was traveling through the bulkhead. Injected under high pressure, this product seals and fills voids all in one easy procedure. Using very tiny injection ports (as small as 5/8”), holes are bored through the concrete and foam is then advanced through the ports to create the desired sealing effect.
In addition, the seawall seams where sealed from the outside face of the concrete seawall slabs utilizing our proprietary process. This system utilizes permeable foam installed into seams and a High Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE) panel being affixed to the seawall with 316 Stainless Steel Fasteners.
Coastal Foundation Solutions Dremel grinded out fissures in the concrete seawall cap and injected a two part epoxy adhesive into cracks to cease further water intrusion. The completed project was professionally finished with dual coats of a light grey two part epoxy paint being applied to the surface of the concrete seawall cap.