Geofoam has emerged as the optimal material for compensating foundation
When a road or bridge is built or expanded, the engineers in charge of the project are tasked with considering current traffic levels and future traffic levels. The implementation of conventional filler material to such structures is problematic as it has the potential to lead to numerous unanticipated setbacks. Conventional fillers have the potential to lead to a spike in loads and spur problems with the overarching roads and bridges as well as structures below. Expanded polystyrene (EPS) geofoam is the answer.