LANDLOCK® was founded in 2009 with the goal of reducing the waste associated with traditional road construction methods and ultimately changing the world’s expectations regarding timeframes, budgets, and locations when it comes to infrastructure development. Our proprietary and environmentally-friendly, polymeric emulsions allow private, public and military entities to truly develop Smarter Infrastructure.
Because soils vary dramatically in composition and particle distribution from location to location, soil stabilization with LANDLOCK® products is not a one size fits all. Over the years, we have developed a diverse range of products designed to meet the diversity of soils we have encountered around the globe. We spend considerable time on the front end of our process to learn not only about the soils but the environment in which we work. Our technicians work with local geotechnical and engineering firms to understand in situ conditions and profile of design to be able to offer our customers sound recommendations on their LANDLOCK® solution. It is responsive, customized, intelligent design: Smarter Infrastructure.
Putting the Environment First
We believe that preserving the environment should be a global priority that is taken seriously. If you agree, you will be happy to know that our “cold” installation process will minimize the overall carbon footprint we leave behind. Additionally, unlike most of our competitors, we manufacture our own products so you can be sure that:
- Our products are certified organic and made from virgin, prime ingredients derived from natural gas, as opposed to petroleum or waste-stream bi-products.
- They have been extensively tested and proven to be non-toxic and non-hazardous.
- Runoff water from our surfaces has no negative impact on vegetation and aquatic life.
- Our impervious system provides an excellent solution for environmental remediation such as controling toxic metals present in contaminated soils.
- LANDLOCK® has been recommended by the US Fish & Wildlife as an appropriate alternative to other paving materials along hurricane-prone shorelines, including the Gulf of Mexico, as a way of reducing the negative impact that storm debris can have on beach-dwelling wildlife.