A foundation is traditionally made using concrete or by improving the soil. With GeoCrete®, the transformation of soft soil with cement into a structural foundation is possible. It avoids the unnecessary displacement, storage and transport of soil.

In combination with the available soil or clay, a stable foundation with elastic properties and good force distribution is created. Unlike broken materials, this foundation is not sensitive to variations in humidity, vibrations or shearing, thus increasing the sustainability of the structure. Because the material properties are measurable, they can be included in the design of the structure, which means that the use of concrete or asphalt or other construction materials can be reduced or is no longer unnecessary.

The additive increases the tensile strength and elasticity of a cement-based stabilisation. The surface of the foundation has a high bearing strength and a better distribution of forces towards the subsoil. It is possible to build a steel structure on a GeoCrete® stabilisation.

The main reasons for opting for a GeoCrete® structural stabilisation are cost savings and the significant increase in the sustainability of paved surfaces and structures.



  • A bonded foundation at a low cost and with high-quality material properties
  • The concrete thickness of a paved surface or floor can be reduced if design parameters such as elasticity and compressive strength are incorporated into the design of the foundation
  • The force distribution in a foundation with GeoCrete® is higher than when broken materials are used
  • Temporary foundations – such as for events, sites or units for schools, hospitals or construction trailers – can be installed quickly and easily
  • Reduced subsidence and fissures in the road surface
  • Suitable for impermeable structures and amenities


The GeoCrete® additive can be recycled and the stabilisation technique is environmentally-friendly. The implementation time required to create a stable subsoil or improve the soil is short. This has a lower environmental impact on the surroundings. Fewer materials need to be relocated unnecessarily, no soil needs to be removed and no new construction materials need to be supplied. This keeps transport to a minimum. In addition, it is less damaging to the environment and causes fewer CO2 emissions.


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