Project Archive - RutGuard™ Geocell

Local Infill Material for Florida Residence - Coquina Sand

Local Infill Material for Florida Residence - Coquina Sand

A Florida resident used crushed coquina sand to fill 3" and 2" panels of RutGuard to create a solid foundation within the sub-base layer for both walkway and driveway areas. Paver stones were laid atop the filled cells in the walkway portions. The driveway portion was compacted after the cells w...
Stabilization Solution for Washout, Erosion and Slopes

Stabilization Solution for Washout, Erosion and Slopes

As rain falls and water rushes through a sloped area, it takes material with it, leaving behind ruts, potholes and an overall uneven surface.    By confining that material, the water is able to drain out of the system and get where it needs to go, while geocell holds material in place. By reduci...
RutGuard 6in: Heavy Duty Reinforcement with Design Flexibility

RutGuard 6in: Heavy Duty Reinforcement with Design Flexibility

An Arkansas resident was in need of a simple solution that would reinforce gravel throughout his property that would not only withstand typical passenger vehicle traffic, but also the heavy traffic flow of large vehicles as their new home was being built on the property. Around 5,000 square feet ...
Proper Installation is Key - RutGuard 3" for Roads

Proper Installation is Key - RutGuard 3" for Roads

RutGuard 3" panels were used to add stability to this slightly sloped unpaved road. RutGuard was chosen was to address 2 concerns; erosion control and traction along the gravel road since it had a slight 8 degree slope. The customer followed exceptional installation practices for this project, wh...
Steep Slopes Stabilized with Geocell

Steep Slopes Stabilized with Geocell

This Colorado homeowner used RutGuard 3" panels throughout their rocky mountain property to reduce erosion and washout caused by destructive rains.  There were a total of 6 slopes that RutGuard was used to stabilize throughout the property. The elevated buildings where the resident's trucks are p...