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Europe Geogrids Market 2019-2024 By Regional Industry Growth & Forecast

Author : Rahul Varpe | Published Date : 2019-06-12 

Global Market Insights add New Europe Geogrids Market report provides in-depth information about market overview, top vendors, Key market highlights, product types, market drivers, challenges, trends, industry landscape, size and forecast, five forces analysis, Key leading countries/Region.

Increasing focus on infrastructure development to support the growing economy has perpetrated the evolution of the Europe geogrids market, which is widely appreciated in a host of civil engineering applications. Geogrids manufactured from different materials have excellent tensile strength and load bearing capacity along with resistance to lateral movements under physical pressure, making them suitable for constructing roads, pavements and foundations of structures. A major incentive for the Europe geogrids market has been the high standards laid down by government agencies regarding the quality of construction, imposing the need for reinforcement of the base materials.

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Considerable boost given to the transportation sector by the European Union has fueled the efforts within member countries to invest heavily in expanding the roads, railways, harbors and airports. The Europe geogrids market has benefited from these efforts with contractors preferring geosynthetic reinforced composites over inert materials. In 2015, one of U.K.’s longest railway viaducts was completed in Reading which served as an effective solution to the prevailing congestions on railway track. The viaduct spanned 2,000m and allowed two railways to operate uninterrupted at the same time by carrying one over the other, subsequently resolving the congestion issues.

To overcome certain challenges in constructing the Reading viaduct and ensuring lateral stability, geogrids were used to reinforce the base of the structure while the vertical support consisted of geogrid-reinforced soil retaining walls, covered with concrete panels. Reading railway station is the second busiest inter-change station in the U.K. outside London, and the viaduct proved to be quite significant in bolstering the railway frequency.

The benefits which propagate the Europe geogrids industry can be understood by the successful implementation of geogrids for permitting feasible construction and improving the quality of the viaduct ground-base, which comprised of mixed soil. Another example where the Europe geogrids market proved to be vital is the construction of a new runway being undertaken at the National Airport in Minsk, Belarus to replace an older runway slated to be decommissioned.

Elaborating further, the modern runway at Minsk airport was designed for accommodating larger aircrafts used today in conjunction with more strict safety and performance standards set by new aviation guidelines. To achieve this, the base of the runway has been reinforced with geotextile material and about 340,000 m2 of geogrids were consumed in the entire project. The solution of using a polyester-based geogrid composite to reinforce the runway also provided for the drainage and soil separation support.

The significance of the Europe geogrids industry is evident from this example, where the site contractors saved a substantial amount on inert materials and the reinforced layer delivered a remarkably strong structure. The Europe geogrids market was valued at more than USD 310 million in 2017, owing to the rising number of public infrastructure schemes in progress across European countries, combined with the extensive adoption in soil reinforcement and preventing soil erosion.

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Essentially, geogrids help to mitigate the risk of expansion and contraction to keep soil in place and enhance the soil’s structural capacity of bearing weight over time. Even lower-grade soil can be reinforced to sustain improved physical integrity and at lesser cost than high-grade soil. Use of geogrids to strengthen steep inclines and rocks which can subside during unfavorable weather has effectively invigorated the Europe geogrids market. Using geogrids for projects involving low-grade soil or even concrete can reduce the time taken for their completion as well as minimize the thickness of fill required in construction, displaying the utility of the Europe geogrids market.

For instance, the Elan Valley Aqueduct, which is crucial in supplying water to Birmingham City and nearby locations, was set for a rehabilitation scheme and a platform was to be erected for supporting a 1,000 ton crane which could assemble a 150 ton tunnel boring machine. Due to complications like traffic problems and the size of the boring machine a reinforced wall was proposed on the hillside which could bear the enormous loads. Further, the site constituted of fine soil material that is quite vulnerable to weather changes. The required platform along with a soil reinforced wall to support the operations was constructed using geogrids of two strengths, helping in the utilization materials obtained from the site itself for filling, while reducing the amount of fill needed.

Overall, using geogrid-reinforcement in the Elan Valley Aqueduct project cost 40% less as compared to a conventional concrete wall and led to lower carbon emissions during the construction works since more local soil was used. Similar upgradation projects in developed economies of Europe will amplify the use of geogrids and drive the Europe geogrid market consumption from 2018 to 2024, with a target of 310 million square meters by 2024.

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Rahul Varpe

Rahul Varpe

Rahul Varpe currently writes for fractovia. A communication Engineering graduate by education, Rahul started his journey in as a freelancer writer along with regular jobs. Rahul has a prior experience in writing as well as marketing of services and products online. Apart from being an avid reader, his other hobbies include music and sketching. He can be contacted at- [email protected] | https://twitter.com/varperahul

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