Soil Reinforcement and Separation

Building roads and embankments on soft soils often requires separation of the fill materials from the soft subsoils. Geotextiles prevent the mixing of fill and subsoil reducing the amount of fill required and extending the expected life of a road. Geotextiles can also provide a tensile element in soil structures which can provide reinforcement.

Featured soil separation products include our LP woven geotextiles. Reinforcement products include our high strength geotextiles and our geogrid materials. On large projects Layfield can provide design assistance for base reinforcement applications. Please contact your local representative for more details.

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Layfield Construction Products supplies geosynthetics and industrial fabrics products. We offer supply-only products for many different industries across North America and internationally. We are leaders in the supply of geosynthetics servicing large customers, moving over 800 truckloads a year. Layfield Construction Products is also one of the largest distributors of geotextiles, moving over 100 million square feet a year. We also specialize in the supply of polyethylene film and industrial fabrics products.

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Layfield Announced as Finalist for the 2016 BC Export Awards

November 2, 2016

Layfield Group, has earned a finalist nomination in the Manufactured Products Category for the 2016 British Columbia Export Awards. The BC Export Awards are the province’s most prestigious awards paying tribute to the success, achievements and innovative approaches of BC’s top exporting companies.

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