Filling abandoned pipes is typically more cost effective than complete removal. Removal of the sub-surface pipe can include digging out the soils and other debris located above the pipe; breaking up or cutting of the pipe; removal and disposal of the pipe; then backfilling and compacting the soils that have replaced the space left by the pipe. Such work may take days or weeks to complete. In almost all cases, pipe filling with a slurry mix of grout is completed in a fraction of the time and cost it would take to remove the pipe. Nichols/Grout Tech is highly versed in filling of abandoned pipes. From bulkhead building to final filling, a turn-key solution is offered. Whether through or under dams, roadways or water, we have the experience necessary to work directly with you in determining how to achieve your desired results. Since many projects require a specific psi of concrete to be used. Nichols/ Grout Tech has worked with the best of those within the concrete industry to develop proprietary mix designs for our use.