All-in-One Railway Resource: Simplified Guide to Design & Install Using 3D GEOWEB® Geocells

Stabilize your toughest, chronic maintenance areas using the GEOWEB® 3D Soil Stabilization System with lower cost and higher performance.

Use our Rail e-binder to find resources to evaluate, design and install the GEOWEB® 3D system for:

  • Track sub ballast over poor sub grades
  • Grade crossings, intersections + bridge abutments
  • Unpaved yards and under pavements
  • Vulnerable slopes and walls

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GEOWEB® Geocells Soil Stabilization

All-in-One Railway Resource: Simplified Guide to Design & Install Using 3D GEOWEB® Geocells

About Presto Geosystems

Originally invented in the late 1970’s by Presto Geosystems, in collaboration with the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, the GEOWEB® 3D Cellular Confinement System (Geocells) was developed for support of heavy military vehicles over weak subgrade soils. Four decades and thousands of successful installations later, GEOWEB® Geocells have stood the test of time and have evolved to become a trusted geosynthetic solution for a variety infrastructure-related applications, including those of the railway and port industries.

Presto’s GEOWEB® Geocells have been successfully deployed in the railroad industry worldwide to assist with ballast reinforcement, intermodal/port stabilisation, subgrade improvement, and erosion control. Whether for new construction or repair work, the GEOWEB® Soil Stabilisation System is a trusted, versatile solution to solve soil stabilisation problems challenging the railroad industry.

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