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Dam & Levees Repair

From recreation and wildlife habitats to water supply and flood control, dams and levees provide a range of economic and environmental benefits. EagleLIFT offers dam & levees repair throughout California, Nevada, and Arizona.

Why Dam, Dike and Levee Restoration?

A variety of factors can degrade levees, dams, and dikes, but one of the most common issues is supporting soil loss. When continuous water movement washes out base soils, voids begin to develop below and around the structure. This can create sinkholes, soil settlement, and breaches. Central to EagleLIFT’s dam, dike and levee restoration success is our co-polymer material. This high density, expanding polymer offers superior advantages over less effective traditional methods and materials.



  • When injected, can expand up to 25 times its liquid volume
  • Displaces trapped water and is not compromised by wet conditions during or after installation
  • Densifies upon injection, cutting installation time
  • Weighs less than 10 percent of a comparable quantity of cementitious-based grouts
  • Adds minimal weight to a project area, reducing the burden on already distressed soils

Our Method

Our marine structure rehabilitation method protects against those issues by injecting a high-density, structural polyurethane chemical grout into the base soils surrounding an impacted dam, levee, and dike through 3/4” metal rods. Once injected, the polyurethane chemical grout expands through all of the voids and into the soil. This works to:

  • Fill voids
  • Stabilize soils
  • Seal cracks
  • Connect misaligned joints

Need Infrastructure Rehabilitation?


During the dam & levees repair, EagleLIFT does not excavate soil or replace materials in the impacted marine infrastructure. Our process is fast-acting, nondestructive, and environmentally safe. The polyurethane chemical grout is inert, and is neither chemically nor biologically reactive and will not decompose. It’s ideal for the following applications:

  • Bulkhead repair
  • Marine infrastructure lifting, stabilization, and sealing
  • Seawall repair
  • Dam repair
  • Shoreline foundation repair
  • Environmental containment
  • Marine infrastructure replacement avoidance

Dam & Leeves Repair Throughout all of California, Nevada, and Arizona

At EagleLIFT, client satisfaction is our utmost priority. A Class A-licensed general contractor, we can provide a full suite of soil stabilization, foundation, and trenchless sewer repair engineering solutions to clients of all sizes throughout California, Nevada, and Arizona. All projects our teams take on are expertly designed, and the soils they address and thoroughly studied. Keep your dams, levees, and dikes performing optimally for years to come with assistance from EagleLIFT. We’re here for you. Contact us for additional information regarding our dam emergency repair solutions.

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Download Free Foundation Repair Guide

Dealing with foundation problems can be stressful. Something that can help is being aware of the signs of foundation settlement and educating yourself on the basics of foundation repair technologies. This guide will show you the most common foundation problems and the repairs that are most likely to be recommended by foundation contractors.