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Title: RE: Soil Stabilization

You might try SME (Soil and Material Engineers, Inc).  Their main office in in the Detroit area, but they do have a Toledo office.  I don't know if they work out toward the NW corner of Ohio but you can give them a call.  The Toledo office phone number is (419) 897-0409.

Hope this helps.

Scott

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Scott E. Maxwell, PE
Structural Engineer

SHG Inc.
500 Griswold Street, Suite 200
Detroit, MI  48226

Phone: (313) 442-8253       Fax: (313) 983-3636       Email: smaxwell(--nospam--at)dt.smithgroup.com
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             Soil Stabilization
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             Wed, 23 Jun 1999 09:21:08 -0400
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             "Jeffery Seegert (x 485)" <jbseegert(--nospam--at)matrixti.com>
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Does anybody know of a good soils engineering company located in NW Ohio
area that can give recommendations on soil stabilization.  I have a
project that consists of a foundation that was constructed on a site
that has a 30k dynamic cyclic lateral loading.  The foundation is for a
grinding machine and has begun to teeter-totter.  I have suggested the
soils stabilization.  Is there any other approaches that may be more
effective or economic?