EagleLIFT becomes fully integrated Class A Engineering Contractor by hiring full time Professional Engineer

Rancho Cucamonga, CA – EagleLift, Inc. a Class A General Engineering contractor specializing in foundation lifting and soil stabilization, has hired a full-time Professional Engineer to head its Engineering Department. EagleLIFT has hired Pablo C. Naranjo, P.E., G.E. , as Senior Geotechnical Engineer.

Mr. Naranjo has over 20 years’ experience working in slope stabilization, geotechnical engineering, and foundation investigations and design. He has worked with international firms including Langan Engineering and URS Corporation. Mr. Naranjo holds a BS in Civil Engineering from the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in Mexico and a MS in Geotechnical Engineering from the University of Idaho.

“The addition of Pablo to the EagleLIFT family provides our customers with a full service contractor for their geotechnical repair needs,” states Don Moody, President of EagleLIFT. “Pablo is an expert in foundation repair and soil stabilization and he will help further our innovative processes and applications.”

EagleLIFT offers a comprehensive suite of technologies for rehabilitating structures that have been compromised by unconsolidated soils or a variety of other geotechnical issues.

“EagleLIFT offers the URETEK Injection Process and piering applications for foundation rehabilitation, soil stabilization, roadway lifting, and culvert and sewer sealing,” states Mr. Naranjo. “I have worked with these applications for many years in both design and project engineering. I am excited to be on the EagleLIFT team and to help advance our customers’ project designs.”

EagleLIFT services the states of Nevada, California and Arizona.

It has operational locations in Southern and Northern California, Nevada and Arizona. EagleLIFT is a Class A General Engineering Contractor and a Veteran Owned Small Business headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.

“Geotechnical Aspects of Polyurethane Grout” Webinar Provides Engineers with Insight into the power of polymer

“Geotechnical Aspects of Polyurethane Grout” Webinar Provides Engineers with Insight into the power of polymer

Technical webinar on utilizing polyurethane grout Injection for chemical grouting and soil stabilization

Today, EagleLIFT hosted a webinar with guest speaker Randy Post, Senior Engineer, Golder Associates, on the “Geotechnical Aspects of Polyurethane Grout.”  The webinar provided deep insight on the applications of utilizing polyurethane grout for geotechnical applications, such as foundation repair, sewer repair, inflow and infitration mitigation, soil stabilization and slope stabilization.

The well attended event was the latest in a series of educational webinars that EagleLIFT is hosting to help provide educational opportunities for geotechnical engineers, civil engineers, environmental consultants, public works managers and faciltiy owners to learn how polyurethane grout may be a tool for them.

The webinar featured guest speaker Randy Post, Senior Engineer, Golder Associates, and EagleLIFT’s Regional Consultant Brendan Barrett.

Randy Post is a registered Civil Engineer (AZ) practicing in geotechnical engineering, specializing in transportation, infrastructure, mining, and large facilities. He specializes in complex geotechnical projects involving bridges, retaining walls and large cut and fill slopes. He is a geological engineer has been very useful in working on projects involving rock slopes, rockfall, and geologic hazards. He also founded GeoPrac.net in 2007, a news blog and community site for geotechnical and geological engineers.

The hour long webinar was concluded with an in depth question and answer session, whereby engineers from across the country challenged Mr. Post and Mr. Barrett with interesting perspective, testing methods and applications for the polyurethane grout.

“I would like to thank Randy Post for sharing his in-depth knowledge for using polyurethane grout for geotechnical applications,” states Don Moody, President and Owner of EagleLIFT.  “Randy lends a highly technical perspective on the effective uses and limitations of polyurethane grout.  EagleLIFT is a knowledge provider and contractor and we want to make sure our customers are fully educated on our applications and approaches.”

Below is a recording of the webinar and a downloadable version of the presentation.

View a recording of the video here

Download the presentation here
Polyurethane Grout Webinar

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EagleLIFT is featured in ADOT Loop 101 Road Lift Project Video

Phoenix, AZ – EagleLIFT, Inc.’s, a foundation repair and sewer repair company based in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, URETEK Process was featured in a recent video by the Arizona Department of Transportation. The project was a roadway lifting project on the Loop 101 (Prima Freeway) widening project in Scottsdale, AZ.

The Loop 101 widening project is adding new outside lanes and roadway improvements between Shea Boulevard and Loop 202 in the Phoenix metropolitan area. EagleLIFT, with URETEK USA, utilized the patented URETEK Deep Injection® Process to help rehabilitate the existing roadway and lift any dips and fill voids where present.

“We understood the importance of this project to the Phoenix metropolitan area and the Arizona DOT,” states EagleLIFT President Donald Moody. “The URETEK Deep Injection® Process is one of the most effective processes for rehabilitating roadways. It allows you to quickly lift and stabilize the road without excavation and with minimal impact to the community.”

The URETEK Deep Injection® Process is a technique whereby an industrial grade structural polyurethane is injected to densify and stabilize the support soils underneath the roadway. The polyurethane is injected in a multiple depth and horizontal gridded pattern to fill voids and densify the soil. This process is used to increase the base soil’s weight-bearing capacity, as well as achieving upward lift for leveling the roadway or any effected structure.

In a press release from ADOT, Steve Boschen, Director of ADOT’s Infrastructure Delivery and Operations Division, stated that “This is certainly less disruptive than digging up the freeway to do reconstruction work. It is a high-tech fix when it comes to long-term ground settlement beneath a freeway. Expansion foam isn’t the answer in all cases, but we’ve had some great success in offsetting the effects of ground settlement.”

EagleLIFT won the Loop 101 soil stabilization portion of the project with URETEK USA (which EagleLIFT is the sole licensee in Arizona, California and Nevada) in a competitively bid award. More information about the Loop 101 improvements is available by visiting azdot.gov/Loop101.

About EagleLIFT
EagleLIFT services the states of Nevada, California and Arizona. It has service locations in Southern and Northern California, Nevada and is opening a location in Arizona in May. EagleLIFT is a Class A- General Engineering Contractor and a Veteran Owned Small Business headquartered in Rancho, Cucamonga, CA.