TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

Archive for November, 2012

Lime Stabilisation “A Proven Solution”

Lime Stabilisation – found a great document here http://www.lime.org/documents/publications/free_downloads/fact-soil-stabilization.pdf from the National Lime Association in the US.  It describes how Lime Stabilisation works, what can be achieved using the method and where further guidance can be found.  Have a look and let us know what you think or share some information you have found with us.


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Soil Stabilisation photos

Have just uploaded some new photo’s to our Flickr photostream http://www.flickr.com/photos/trstabilisation/ where you can have a look at Soil Stabilisation and Lime Stabilisation taking place on various sites throughout the UK.  Will also be uploading more videos to our YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/soilstabilisation  so have a look and let us know what you think.


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Soil Stabilisation standards

Soil Stabilisation (including Lime Modification) is governed by many standards and guidance.  An interesting site for Soil Stabilisation guidance and publications is The Concrete Centre.  Along with Soil Stabilisation, guidance, publications and technical advice are available on many different techniques making this site a valuable source for information. Soil Stabilisation information can be found http://www.concretecentre.com/technical_information/building_solutions/geotechnics/soil_stabilisation.aspx


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Soil Stabilisation Runcorn

Soil Stabilisation works are almost complete on our Runcorn site.  Lime Modification has been carried to out to the Bulk Fill followed by Cement Stabilisation to form a Capping Replacement layer.  Pictures of works taking place along with before and after photo’s are shown below and as soon as a case study is produced we [...]


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Lime Stabilisation case study

Just completed a case study on the Lime Stabilisation / Bulk Modification works we completed at our site in Gateshead and this can be viewed here http://www.trstabilisation.co.uk/Case-Studies.html. More case studies are being uploaded so keep looking for updated news on what sites we are currently working on and completed contracts.


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Soil Stabilisation further works at Milton Keynes

As works progress on our Milton Keynes site we have been awarded a further area to treat taking the contract volumes in excess of 150,000 sq.m.  Once the Soil Stabilisation/Lime Stabilisation has been completed the site will be developed for commercial use with various industrial distributions centers and offices being constructed.  


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Cement Stabilisation history

Found a great photo today showing how Soil Stabilisation and Cement Stabilisation was once carried out.  A Lime/Cement Spreader has been devised by securing a unit to the back of a dump truck, basic but effective.  Times have now moved on somewhat and specially designed enclosed units are now utilised to minimise dust creation.  


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Soil Stabilisation Milton Keynes

Lime Stabilisation works continue at a good pace on our Milton Keynes site where the weather seems to be on our side.  Once multiple layers of Lime Modification have been carried out we have been given the go ahead to provide a Cement Stabilised sub-base replacement to 30% CBR, meaning that the works will now [...]


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Soil Stabilisation and Lime Stabilisation videos

Have uploaded some more videos of Lime Stabilisation and Soil Stabilisation taking place today.  These can be viewed on our YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/soilstabilisation.  Please feel free to have a look at this channel and let us know what you think or share any other videos and images that may be of interest.


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Soil Stabilisation sampling

Another Soil Stabilisation sampling exercise carried out today on a site in Cumbria which is being developed as part of a larger scheme.  Images show the samples being collected ready to be taken to a laboratory for testing.  


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