The road best traveled is the one that has a Rock Solid foundation

From start to finish—by using innovative and forward thinking methods, utilizing new technologies, making sure that what we do is environmentally responsible, and by value-engineering each project to achieve the best outcomes for every one of our customers—we are leading the way toward a future that is absolutely Rock Solid.


Hilton Garden Inn

By using a value-engineered Soil Stabilization process to re-use existing material and avoid non-conventional construction methods, Rock Solid was able to save money and time.

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    Saved $125,000 overall
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    Utilized standard construction and piping methods
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    Shortened job by 10 days
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Northern Illinois Medical Center

By choosing soil stabilization over undercutting, Rock Solid was able to build a structurally superior road on a budget that was controlled, in a way that significantly reduced any impact on the environment.

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    Less fuel consumed from hauling off spoils or importing virgin stone
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    Accelerated the work schedule
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    Increased structural coefficient values by 0.84
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Cook County, Orland Park

Full-depth reclamation was chosen over a more traditional remove and replace approach because deep underlying pavement problems could be resolved and structural performance targets could be met at a fraction of the cost.

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    98% - 99% Fewer
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    20% - 60%
    Less Time
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    45% - 53%
    Cost Savings
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Rock Solid has performed pulverization, soil stabilization, soil modification, full depth reclamation, and cement treated base projects in over 20 states ranging from California to New York and Texas to North Dakota. We've processed over 32 million square yards of unsuitable soil & deteriorating pavement and salvaged 3 million tons of aggregate and pavement on DOT, local agency, and private projects since 2010.