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Exploit the patented concept of the cheapest and the safest retaining walls

26 m high aqueduct wing walls at Sawantwadi, Govt. of Maharashtra

View of “Introjected Backfil Retaining Walls” of length 500 m and average height of 9 m at Chakan, Pune
INTRODUCTION: The “Introjected Backfil Retaining Walls” are cost effective retaining walls and is under Intellectual Property Rights. The
present technology is the solution of constructing retaining walls at least cost and with minimal resources. The objective is to provide cost-
effective, strong and durable design of retaining walls through innovative design procedures and materials, yet satisfying the prescribed codal
norms.

TECHNOLOGY HIGHLIGHTS:
* Technology under successful implementation from the year 2001 onwards
* 25 to 35 % saving over conventional retaining walls
* Base width- to-height ratio between 0.15 to 0.25 More stable than
* Wall construction in concrete grade M15 and M20, in normal durability conditions conventional retaining walls
* Wall can be founded in areas of low bearing capacity
both in
* No skilled labour required for construction of this retaining wall
* Less time of construction than conventional retaining wall Static and Seismic
* No special shuttering required conditions.
* Less supervision required
* Backfill material as available on site
* Walls can be constructed upto unlimited heights
* Satisfies Indian codal provisions

135 %
130 %
115 % 125 %
100 %

“Introjected “Rubble “Reinforced “RCC “Concrete


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(R.E walls)

Retaining walls of length 5 km and average height 8 m constructed in the last 12 months

“Introjected Backfil Retaining Walls” successfully used as Water front structure, Guide walls to
channelize high velocity huge discharge from dams and Flood protection walls.
PRESENCE IN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

Approach Retaining Walls of Wadia Railway-Over


Railway Over-Bridge, Retaining walls of Flyover at Umbraj on N.H-4,
N.H 4, Golden
Pune.
Pune Average height = 8 m Quadrilateral, District: Satara
Satara. Average height = 7 m
Client:: Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation Client:: Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation

Approach Retaining Walls of Koregaon Park Bridge,Pune 14 km long Retaining wall for Floriculture park spine road,
road
Average height = 6 m Talegaon, Pune.
Talegaon, Average height = 7 m
Client: Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation Client: Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation

Approach Retaining Walls of Bridge at Chakan, Pune Approach Retaining Walls of Railway-Over-Bridge
Railway Bridge at
Height variation 4 m to 12 m Ahmednagar, Maharashtra (under construction)
Client:Mahindra
Client:Mahindra Vehicle Manufacturers Limited,
Limited Chakan Height variation 4 m to 12 m
(Proved
roved to be the cheapest
c option even less than R.E walls) Client: Central Railways, Mumbai.
(Proved
roved to be the cheapest option even less than R.E walls)

Approach Retaining Walls of Sangamwadi Bridge Pune. Retaining walls along road side EON software park at
Average height = 7 m Kharadi, Pune
Pune. Average height = 6 m
Client: Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation Client: Panchsheel
anchsheel Group, Pune
PRESENCE IN WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS

26 m high Wing Walls for Aqueduct on Banda Branch


canal near Sawantwadi, Maharashtra.
Average height = 26 m
Client: Water Resources Department, Govt. of Maharashtra
16 m high Wing Walls for Box Culvert on Banda Branch
canal near Sawantwadi, Maharashtra.
Average height = 16 m
Client: Water Resources Department, Govt. of Maharashtra

14 m high Guide Walls for Mudgal Barrage near Parbhani,


Maharashtra. Average height = 16 m
Client: Water Resources Department, Govt. of Maharashtra
(Work under progress)
Guide Walls on Downstream side for Lendi Major Dam
Project near Nanded. Average height = 14 m
Client: Water Resources Department, Govt. of Maharashtra

PRESENCE IN INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS

3.5 km long Retaining walls for 700 Acres land 1.2 km long Retaining walls for land development project
development project. Height 3 to 14 m Cost of conventional Retaining walls = 7.5 Crore
Cost of conventional Retaining walls = 24 Crore Cost by “Introjected Backfil Retaining Walls” = 5.75 Crore
Cost by “Introjected Backfil Retaining Walls” = 14 Crore Client:Mercedes-Benz India Pvt. Limited Autohub at Chakan, Pune
Client: Mahindra Vehicle Manufacturers Limited Autohub at Chakan,
Pune
PRESENCE IN ELECTRICITY SUBSTATION PROJECTS

Boundary Retaining Walls of Parvati 220 kV sub-station, Boundary walls of Talegaon 220/22 kV sub-station, Pune
Pune. Average height = 6 m Average height = 13 m
Client: Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company Ltd Client: Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company Ltd.

Boundary retaining walls for Yevlewadi 220/22 kV sub- Boundary retaining walls for Hamidwada 220/22 kV sub-
station, Pune Average height = 16 m station, Kolhapur Average height = 7 m
Client: Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company Ltd Client: Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company Ltd

Before After

Construction in Black Cotton Soils


Boundary retaining walls for Bidri Mudhaltitta 220/22 kV sub- station, Kolhapur, Average height = 7m

Client: Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company Ltd


PRESENCE IN SOIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS

Cost effective soil improvement techniques below wind turbine foundations at Bhuj- Gujurat and Jath- Maharashtra for more
than 350 locations. Turbines of capacity 600 kW, 1.5 MW and 2.0 MW capacity.
Client: Suzlon Energy Limited, Kenersys India Pvt Ltd. & Gamesa Wind Turbines Pvt. Ltd.

Prof. D.R.Phatak, Chief Mentor, StrongGid Prof. S. S. Sabnis, Chief Technology Officer,
Technologies, has a teaching experience of 40 trongGid StrongGid Technologies, has to his credit
years in U.S and Indian Universities. He has about 20 years of teaching, research and field
guided 50 Post-Graduate thesis in Soil experience. He has published 11 research
Technology & Foundation Engineering and his papers in Indian and Foreign journals and
students are occupying responsible positions in international conferences. He has about 15
teaching and research institutes in India and years of experience in Geotechnical testing of
foreign countries and Government organisations. Prof. Phatak has soils and foundation recommendations.
published about 100 research papers in peer reviewed international Prof. Sabnis along with Prof. Phatak developed a site friendly and
journals. He has to his credit about 35 interdisciplinary appropriate cost effective foundation improvement technique for wind turbines of
technologies, which have been implemented world wide for which he 600kW, 1.5 MW & 2 MW capacity, a technology adopted by Suzlon
holds numerous Indian and International Patent Rights. Energy Ltd. at Bhuj in Gujarat, Kenersys India Pvt. Ltd and
He developed possibly the first Under-reamer on Indian scenario for Gamesa Wind Turbines Pvt Ltd at Jath, Maharashtra. This system
effective installation of Under-reamed piles. was substitute for a costly piling system and stone column system
Prof. Phatak is also known for his contributions in Soil Mechanics and which was initially thought necessary by the client.
Concrete Technology at the National and International levels. His The recent inventions of Prof. S.S.Sabnis along with
contributions on live load surcharge on retaining walls, swelling and Prof. D.R. Phatak include:
shrinking soils, settlement of footings, earth pressure and liquefaction * A substitute for soil nailing system. This system is cost effective and
have been accepted by Indian codes and field engineers. more stable than the prevalent nailing systems.
The cost effective retaining walls namely “Introjected Backfil * A unique concept of design of concrete dams. The cost of this
Retaining Walls” (Upgraded version of “Graaviloft Retention Walls”), is concrete dam, namely “Intra-Back dam”, is nearly half the cost of a
a technology invented by him and is one of the most successful concrete dam designed conventionally and is nearly equal to the cost
technologies evolved by him with Prof. S.S.Sabnis, his disciple who of an earthen dam. The technique developed has been implemented
has been working with Prof. D.R.Phatak for the last 15 years. He has at Chakan, near Pune where a dam of about 14 m height is
practically been associated with Prof. Phatak in the development of his constructed using the technique of “Intra-Back dam”. The technique
inventions. has resulted in 40% saving in dam construction over the conventional
concrete dam without any compromise with strength, stability and
safety.

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