Ground Improvement and Infrastructure

Geoharbour Construction is a professional entity specializing in geotechnical investigation, design, research, construction, and consultancy. Our parent company, Geoharbour Group, is a chief editor of the China Standard of Reclamation Soil Treatment and a director member of the China Soft Soil Treatment Technical Committee.


Integrity and fullness of services

Accuracy & Quality

Controllable Quality and Environment Protection

Reasonable Investment

lifetime corresponding with the infrastructure usage

Our Project

Our clients

Knowledge & News


Geoharbour Construction Company does not focus on improving agricultural soil quality; instead, we concentrate on enhancing soil quality for construction and geotechnical engineering purposes.

Improving soil quality is adding properties to soil that has lower properties than the project or that area needs. So that the soil in that area has higher properties, such as being able to withstand increased force and be more stable. It has a lower ability to allow water to permeate. or to meet the purpose of use There are many methods for improving soil quality. It depends on the conditions at the work site and various factors of the project, including different types of soil.

Yes, potential issues may arise in the future, particularly in areas such as Bangkok and its surroundings, where soft clay soil predominates. This type of soil is prone to long-term problems such as subsidence.

The project owner will prioritize cost efficiency by improving soil quality before constructing several buildings. This approach is necessary to accommodate building control systems, address issues such as cracked roads, water pipe systems, and twisted electrical wiring, all of which can cause delays and unnecessary expenses if not addressed at the outset of the project.

Not at all. It depends on various factors such as soil quality, project duration, budget, and project objectives

Scroll to Top