Densification, Inc
Dynamic Compaction Contractors
Greenbuild Editor's Choice 2015
Advantages of Dynamic Compaction
Generally, the soil types most favorable to the successful implementation of a dynamic compaction program are granular soils with a low degree of saturation. Specifically, granular uncontrolled fill material or loose sands that are situated above the groundwater table are the most appropriate for improvement by dynamic compaction.
  • Allows conventional spread footing foundations
  • Replaces expensive deep pile foundations
  • Highly cost-effective
  • Reduces settlement
  • Increases bearing capacity
  • Eliminates risk of hazardous waste exposure
  • Self-compensating
  • Softer areas are readily apparent, and additional energy can be applied immediately.
  • Dynamic Compaction is also effective below the water table without the need (and expense) of dewatering.