D2 Land & Water Resource is the Midwest Premier Engineered Solutions Provider with corporate headquarters centrally located in Indianapolis. Whether in Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Ohio, or Michigan, we deploy solutions that meet project goals.
We provide site-specific solutions to the civil engineering community
Our mission is to provide the civil engineering community with site-specific solutions. Our engineered solutions are customized to meet your specific goals; whether driven by tight budget constraints, short timelines or other site needs, we can assist you in determining the best solutions for your project.
Any product your contractor needs, we have it in stock!
D2’s Sales and Engineering Professionals are comprised of licensed P.E.s as well as CPESC certified professionals, and our Engineered Solutions team is lead by a Licensed Professional Engineer.
We will work with you to determine the best solutions for your site and its unique challenges by providing a wide-range of services and products from off-the-shelf items, to drafting of CAD details in our in-house CAD department.
Contact us today for more information about our products or if you would like to discuss a site-specific consultation, please email us: email@example.com or call us toll free: 1-800-597-2180. We will be with you from start to finish!
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Project Challenge: Repair 9,300 sm (100,000 sf) of eroding primary and secondary dikes around a Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) storage tank. The original asphalt cover had deteriorated along the face of the dike largely due to expansion and contraction issues. A slope adjacent to an access roadway also showed significant degradation caused by water penetration through pavement cracks.read more