Soil nail wall construction is a technique used to bring soil stability in areas where landslides might be a problem. Soil nail can prevent landslides by inserting steel reinforcement bars into the soil and anchoring them to the soil strata. It is called Soil Nail because it’s like having a nail being hammered into the soil, where the nails, are the steel bars.
Depending on the complexity of the work, soil nailing can be ranging between $80 per square feet up to $200 per SF. Some contractors will use a software called Snail Plus to determine their design and complete preliminary assumptions on the soil nailing.
(This article comes from the balance editor released)