We are a grouting specialty contractor with capabilities including chemical, compaction, consolidation, lense, and slurry growing, as well as soil nailing, micropiles, pressure grouted piles, epoxy grouting, stone columns, rapid dynamic compaction, deep dynamic compaction, and vibro concrete columns. We offer services in conventional and non-conventional grouting methods, and specialize in difficult site conditions that require technical knowledge, material technology, and specialized equipment, combined with seasoned experience. Over a span of more than half a century, we have developed a wide spectrum of applications for site improvement and foundation remedial work.
Our goal is to provide the skilled technical expertise and customized solutions to the most challenging questions of geotechnical engineering. We are proud to have the most sophisticated in-house grout research and development laboratory on the West Coast, which has earned us the trust of municipal, state, and federal agencies, as well as the general private sector. We aim to provide innovative and efficient solutions for all your ground improvement needs.
55 YEARS OF SERVICE
For more than 55 years we’ve been performing our job with excellence.
Not many companies can say that – but we can, and we build on our experience every day. Our extensive experience and trusted leadership in complex grouting and foundation solutions have made us pioneers in finding geotechnical solutions. With a long track record of performance in the public and private sectors, we pride ourselves on reliability, integrity, and service.
The Pressure Grout Company began business in 1955. Its home office is in Hayward, California, and we have branch offices in Long Beach, California and Mukilteo, Washington. The company maintains licenses in the states of California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Washington, Oregon, and Utah and does business in other states as needed.
WHAT WE DO
The Pressure Grout Company has perfected its techniques for over 55 years and thousands of projects.
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YOU CHOOSE US BECAUSE WE ARE SOLID FOUNDATIONS FOR A SOLID FUTURE
Since our inception 55 years ago, TPGC has operated on three guiding principles: engineering excellence, professional operations, and a commitment to continual innovation. Our in-house lab and engineers continue to provide cutting edge solutions for the ever-more complex world of equipment and materials. We also build, operate, and maintain our own equipment, we have one of the few research and development laboratories for grout materials and mixes, and we have a staff of engineers with extensive knowledge and broad experience in soils engineering that spans a more than 55 years.
We carry the stamp of approval of over a half century’s worth of satisfied public and private sector customers. From industrial, commercial, and residential projects to dams, tunnels, transportation and water treatment plants, we have the staff, experience, and technology to provide an innovative, robust, and cost-effective solution.
Our business is mitigating everyday projects or complex soil & foundation sites in a responsible way. We meet the specialized geotechnical requirements to upgrade existing building’s foundations in the increasingly-critical environmental contracting market. Our efficient delivery & extensive experience makes us the right choice for your project needs.
The Pressure Grout Company’s engineers and executives have participated in research and development at international conferences and symposia around the globe.
- Compaction Grouting From Practice to Theory. Dr. H.R. ‘Al’ Alalusi. Presented at The Geo Institute/ASCE Conference in Logan, Utah. 1997.
- Abatement of Soil Liquefaction Under Existing Structures. Dr. H.R. ‘Al’ Alalusi. Presented at Second International Conference on Ground Improvement Geosystems. Tokyo, Japan. 1996.
- Soil Improvement to Mitigate Settlements Under Existing Structures. Dr. H.R. ‘Al’ Alalusi. Presented at Settlements ‘94/ASCE. College Station, Texas. 1994.
- Lense Grouting in Geotechnical Engineering. Dr. H.R. ‘Al’ Alalusi. Presented at the Eleventh African Regional Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering. Cairo, Egypt. December 11-15, 1995.