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The Triodetic foundation consists of an engineered steel or aluminum rigid platform which sits on the top of the soil itself and keeps the building level and straight regardless of soil heaving and settling due to frost or sinking. Unlike piles or screw jacks, which always move and shift over time causing structural damage, the Triodetic foundations never allow damage to the integrity of the building and never require maintenance.
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Multipoint Foundations was developed in response to continued demand for a foundation strong enough to withstand the rigors of flooding, permafrost and other variable soils. We developed an innovative building foundation that is economical, fast and easy to construct, suitable for any ground condition and any building plan. Our foundation frames are structurally proven and affordable alternative that has been successfully used for over 35 years. Housing and construction authorities in areas such as Alaska, Russia, and Northern Canada have all relied on Multipoint Foundations to provide solid solutions for areas that experience shifting and changing terrain.
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"Their customer service is prompt and very understanding; I really could not ask more from a company. Thank you Triodetic, you make a great product and I am thankful to work with such professionals."Read More
" The product itself has performed to, or above expectations. The Triodetic Team was integral in the engineering, design and delivery of the foundation package.We look forward to continued dealings with Triodetic and the use of the MultiPoint Foundation."Read more
Resilient Duplex (on Multipoint Foundations) for Fort Severn First Nation wins Canadian Architect’s 2021 Award of Excellence.Read more
We were there to see the progress as the Gartners, CDS Construction and Triodetic MultiPoint Foundations raise the historic cottage several feet above its original height to protect the cottage from potential future flooding.Read more
Triodetic Multipoint Foundations has been using their patented system to build large, open-spaced buildings since the 1960s such as airport hangars and giant dust domes for the mining industry – buildings without pillars – and has now moved their innovative patent in to creating foundations for homes that need a stable footing, or perhaps a bit of a lift in times of flooding.Read more
Through the support of Indigenous Services Canada Budget 2016 funding, Fort Severn implemented the use of the innovative Triodetic Building System. Utilizing this system Fort Severn has constructed new duplex houses that are able to withstand the changing permafrost and maintain a stable foundation.Read more
One local company has a unique solution to a recurring natural disaster. The 2017 and 2019 floods affected many homes, especially those right on the Ottawa River. To prevent any further damages, Arnprior construction company Triodetic Multipoint Foundation has developed a system to raise homes located within the flood zone.Read more
Following the devastating floods of 2017 and 2019, an Arnprior company says it has a solution that will prevent damage to homes in flood-prone areas. “The system is designed to help the homeowner keep his property in case of future flooding,” says Peter Chabursky with Triodetic Multipoint Foundations. “It’s like an insurance policy.”Read more
An Arnprior business may have a solution to save homes from future spring flooding.Triodetic, a subsidiary of Plaintree Systems in the town’s industrial park, makes a “multipoint foundation” from steel or aluminum rods connecting to specially-designed connector poles. They’ve built the floating foundations for flood zone customers from as far away as San Francisco and are in talks with others as near as Mississippi Lake. Lawrence Morroni sees it as a solution for what could be a recurring phenomenon along the Ottawa and other area rivers.Read more
'Triodetic' tubular foundations are impervious to water flow. An Arnprior, Ont., company that manufactures special foundations for buildings in the far north says the technology could be a solution for homeowners facing repeated flooding here.Read more
The reusable reconfigurable design and multipoint foundation system allows for the entire building - from ramps to recycling containers and paving stones - to be demobilized and reassembled at another site in the future at a fraction of the time and cost of constructing a new building.Read more
The urgency of the problem made modular construction which involves building individuals units in a factory and then transporting them to the site for the final assemble, a natural choice. According to manufacturers modular constructions is 30 to 50 percent faster and often less expensive then conventual construction methods.Read more
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