Burlap Lofts

Scope: ProFill installed up to 3 inches of cellular concrete to level this old subfloor. The engineer opted for cellular concrete over traditional leveling products because of the extreme weight restrictions that could be added to the existing building. The cellular concrete was then capped with Maxxon® Gyp-Crete® followed by the finished flooring. 

Sauk Rapids-Rice Middle School

Scope: At Sauk Rapids-Rice Middle School, we transformed an old pool into a dynamic multi-use sport court. Our journey consisted of filling the pool with Cellular Concrete flowable fill and topping with Level-Crete to create a safe, level Court for students to play on.
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Portal North Bridge

Scope: We are honored to be involved in the revolutionary reconstruction of the iconic Portal North Bridge in New Jersey. NJ TRANSIT and Amtrak are upgrading the century-old bridge with a higher design, eliminating the need for frequent river traffic openings and closings. As a reliable construction partner, we leverage our expertise to streamline the construction process, reducing the need for extra compacting and reinforcement. Our innovative cellular concrete solutions play a vital role in ensuring the project stays on schedule and under budget.
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Bruckner Expressway Bridge Rehabilitation

Contractor: El Sol Contracting
Scope: We were excited to partner with El Sol Contracting with NYSDOT on the Bridge Rehabilitation of Bruckner Expressway over Rosedale Ave project! The Lightweight Cellular Concrete fill allows for reduced demolition & removal, reduced settlement potential, a shorter construction schedule, reduced capital costs, and a conversion from elevated slabs to much safer slab-on-grade. 
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Highway 36 & Manning Ave Interchange

Contractor: Shafer Contracting Co.
Scope: A 12-mile stretch of Hwy 36 between Edgerton St. in Ramsey County and Greeley St. in Washington County underwent a road resurfacing and improvement project in the summer of 2022. Lightweight Cellular Concrete (LCC) was used to fill the annular space between the RCP storm water pipe and the metal casing under the exit ramp.
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Perth Amboy Waterfront Park Wall Backfill

Contractor: Applied Landscape Technologies
Scope: Produced and placed 3,212 Cubic Yards of 23 PCF (Average Density) Permeable Lightweight Cellular Concrete (PLCC) Backfill in 3 lifts over 3 days. A sheet-pile retaining wall was constructed into the Arthur Kill River to expand the park area with river views. The river bottom soils are poor for both retaining wall lateral support and ground fill bearing capacity. Traditional fill material (soil, rocks) exerted too much lateral pressure on the sheet-pile wall and greatly added to the settlement potential of the poor river bottom material. GZA GEOEnvironmental designed the retaining wall system, strategically requiring 10 feet deep, maximum 25 PCF PLCC fill behind the sheet pile wall. The PLCC material will allow surface storm water to infiltrate into the ground and slowly be released into the river. In addition, the Low Density fill is self-supporting, eliminating the lateral pressure on the retaining wall, and lowering the total settlement that may occur in the poor river bottom soils. PLCC was a perfect match for this beautiful river front park along the Arthur Kill River.
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Graceland University Morden Center Renovation Duct Fill

Contractor: Hansen Company
Architect: Shive-Hattery
Scope: Produced and pumped 150 Cubic Yards of 35 PCF Lightweight Cellular Concrete (LCC) fill into underground HVAC ducts. The original design of the building included metal HVAC ducts underground to deliver heat and air conditioning to the space. The high-water table caused the ducts to leak over time, filling with water. Humidity, mold, and poor air resulted from water in the ducts. The underground HVAC duct use was abandoned at some time in the past, but they were never filled to prevent water infiltration. The moisture, mold, and air quality continued to suffer. The standing water in the HVAC ducts was pumped out and ProFill produced and pumped/placed LCC in the ducts to prevent any future water infiltration. The impermeable LCC was the perfect, cost-effective solution to completely fill this problem underground ductwork.