This resource package offers tools & resources to design high-performing, long-lasting rail infrastructure ─ track, yards, embankments and channels.
Take the tour. See how geocell soil confinement benefits the most challenging soil and ballast stability issues in rail applications.
With the GEOWEB® system, fill materials are confined and stabilized — even under the heaviest loading or steepest grades. The benefits? Higher performance and lower maintenance —of track, pavements, embankments & channels.
Common Soft Subgrade Issues
Special Track Work
Save on Hauling and Material Costs. When fill is confined in the GEOWEB® system — on-site low-quality infill may be used — even coarse sand or salvaged ballast. Use of lower quality fill is a significant savings on hauling and material costs versus imported ballast.
No-Fines Infill Improves Drainage. For poor drainage areas, fill with limited fines can be used as the GEOWEB cells provide the confinement and aid compaction of cohesionless soils.
GEOWEB®-confined sub ballast delivers structural benefits that reduce cross section thickness by up to 60%. The improvement results in significantly less installation and rehabilitation costs.
Railway-News magazine Issue 4 Track & Infrastructure edition, November 2022: Presto Geosystems - Retaining Wall Eliminates Track Instability.
Railway-News magazine Issue 2, June 2022: Presto Geosystems – Geocells Protect Railroads Against Potential Impacts of Climate Change.
Railway-News Magazine Issue 1, March 2022: Presto Geosystems – GEOWEB® Geocell Reinforcement Improves Performance of Railway Track Beds.
Presto Geosystems will be holding a webinar on March 14 to discuss rail ballast stabilisation with its GEOWEB® 3D Geocells.
Presto Geosystems will be hosting a free online webinar on Port & Intermodal Yard Stabilisation, presented by Bryan Wedin.
Stabilize your toughest, chronic maintenance areas using the GEOWEB® 3D Soil Stabilization System with lower cost and higher performance.
The ATRA® Wall Keys are the most effective way to connect the GEOWEB Retaining Wall sections, ensuring the long-term success of your project.
To prevent erosion, slides, and washouts from heavy rain, railroad owners rely on the GEOWEB® Soil Stabilisation System.
GEOWEB® geocells have been used to improve and reinforce the structural performance of railway track beds worldwide for more than 40 years.
Presto Geosystems Webinar Announcement – April 26, 2022: Rail Ballast Stabilisation with the GEOWEB® 3D Geocells.
Presto Geosystems' video shows how to solve soil stability challenges in rail applications using the GEOWEB geocell system.
GEOWEB® ballast stabilisation system creates high-stiffness foundation under track for Werrington Dive Under project.
Presto Geosystems GEOWEB® Geocells for Permanent Way Applications. Creating a stable and stiffer layer under track.
Presto Geosystems offer an on demand webinar for rail ballast stabilisation solutions using the GEOWEB® 3D Geocells System.
Presto Geosystems' Port & Intermodal Yard Stabilisation with the GEOWEB® 3D Geocells webinar will take place on Tuesday, August 10, 2021.
Rail Ballast Stabilization: Presto Geosystems' GEOWEB-stabilized ballast reduces ballast movement, aggregate rotation, and rail settlement.
Presto Geosystems’ GEOWEB® 3D geocells technology has supported the rail industry for 40 years, for both new construction and repairs.
Presto GeoSystems Quick Repair of Track Subgrade & Railroad Right-of-Way. Ballast Emergency Repair. Slope Emergency Repair.
Since its installation in 2018, the GEOWEB system has exceeded project expectations and required no maintenance or repairs.
The GEOWEB® Load Support System provides base-layer & surface stabilisation for Dakar's Port Container Yard.
FREE Webinar: Port & Intermodal Yard Stabilization. Learn how the GEOWEB system extends pavement life and reduces maintenance.
Presto Geosystems GEOWEB® 3D Soil Confinement System stabilises soft subgrade and reduces cross-section for heavy loads at port facility.
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