What we do

Our services include ground improvement, piling, deep excavation and marine construction works . For the ground improvement works, with patent technology HVDM and other traditional techniques, we are able to treat soil and sand at different conditions.

Our Services

Vibro Compaction

Vibro compaction (VC) is named as vibro flotation, commonly used to compact loose, granular soils to mitigate liquefaction and reduce settlement, extremely effective in free draining granular soils like the Middle East. It is highly recommended due to low costs and high depth of soil improvement that can be achieved (up to 30m) with downhole vibrator. 

Related Projects

The Heart of Europe is a cluster of six islands on The World Island in Dubai. A global landmark, made up of 300 islands reclaimed from the sea in the shape of the world map, this engineering wonder is an iconic collection of private and resort islands, located 4km off the coast of Dubai. The project has been awarded to Geoharbour Middle East Construction (L.L.C), one of international leading geotechnical ground engineering specialist contractor who provide the innovative & environmental total solutions for the client.

Project Profile

Name: Soil Improvement Works for The World Islands 

Location: Dubai

Method: Vibro-compaction, Sheet Piling

Construction duration

From: 2016.06

To:   2017.06


VC was applied for a large-scale soil improvement of Shanghai Waigaoqiao, i.e. Phase III (800,000 m2) in 2002, Phase IV (1,600,000 m2) in 2003 and Phase V (1,600,000 m2) in 2004.

Project Profile                                                         Construction Duration

Name: Waigaoqiao Port Area                                  From: 2000.05

Location: Shanghai, China                                      To:   2004.10

Method: VC                                  


Project Profile                                                         Construction Duration

Name: Yangshan Port                                       From: 2003.11

Location: Shanghai, China                                To:   2004.11

Method: VC