Involves addressing issues or damage to the base of a building or structure caused by factors like soil movement, moisture fluctuations, poor construction, or natural disasters.
The process of raising and leveling uneven or sunken concrete surfaces by injecting specialized materials underneath to restore stability and functionality.
Repair and enhancement services for the walls of buildings or structures, ensuring support, structural integrity, and aesthetics for safety and functionality.
Protect your home & family from the damages of water intrusion.
Ram Jack provides steel piles that equip engineers to design reliable and lasting solutions for construction and commercial foundation repair.
PROBLEM A challenging issue arose when the footings of a structure settled by a substantial 7 inches, leading to a noticeable flex in the gas line. This presented a potential hazard and called for urgent remediation to prevent further damage and ...
PROBLEM In the serene setting of the Puyallup tribal lands, a residential property encountered a pressing issue as its foundation began to show signs of distress. The slab displayed noticeable sloping, accompanied by prominent sheetrock cracks ...
The property managers at Westmount at Houston Street knew they needed a permanent resolution to the issues in the building that houses their clubhouse and main offices.
The Rosemont Bridge is a Pedestrian Expansion Bridge over Buffalo Bayou located near downtown Houston. One of the main supports of the bridge was showing damage from the strong water flow of Buffalo Bayou from Tropical Storm Harvey in 2018.
Stiver Engineering along with Benchmark Engineering contacted Ram Jack to assist in the design of the new retaining wall.
Ram Jack helps install a hammer throw cage at the World Athletics Championships 2022
A 686,000 ft 2 office/warehouse was under construction for Sunrider International in Midlothian, TX. The building consisted of 9 ¼” thick tilt wall panels and steel columns supported on 24” diameter under reamed concrete piers. Soon after the panels ...
When residents at the Innisglen Condominiums started to notice cracks in the sheetrock, along with a list of other issues, the homeowner’s association knew something had to be done.