For Immediate Release
Brandt, (704) 439-1790
Foundations Unveils New Website
DAVIDSON, NC. (December 14, 2015) Geopier, a world leader in ground improvement solutions, launched a new company website. Current and prospective users will now
have enhanced access to information about Geopier’s cost-effective Intermediate
Foundation® solutions for the support of structures.
Configured for multiple platforms, the newly redesigned Geopier.com is now compatible for PCs, smart
phones and tablets. Other new features include
a modern, clear design, improved navigation and search capability, and a more
intuitive download process to direct users to their exact needs.
“The new site was designed with our end-users in mind,” said Kord
Wissmann, President and Chief Engineer. “To provide our users with an enhanced
experience, we have improved our site functionality and created new tools for
visitors – no matter what device they use to access our site.”
Other new functions include video, fresh system and application photos,
resource downloads and links to social media sites. Geopier will continue to update
our site with technical resources to share our industry knowledge and
experience with end-users.
“We strive to provide quality, useful, up-to-date information to our
clients, and this website reflects our commitment and ongoing efforts,” said
For More Information:
Please visit Geopier.com to view the new site or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About Geopier Foundations:
Geopier Foundation Company, a subsidiary of Tensar Corporation, developed
the first Rammed Aggregate Pier® (RAP) system in 1989. Today, Geopier®
solutions provide an efficient and cost-effective Intermediate Foundation®
solution for the support of settlement sensitive structures. Geopier systems
have become effective replacements for massive over-excavation and replacement
or deep foundations, including driven piles, drilled shafts or augered
cast-in-place piles. More
information about Geopier Foundation Company is available at geopier.com.