TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

Archive for July, 2013

Soil Stabilisation equipment photos

Although we have a large range of Soil Stabilisation photos and videos on our Flickr page, YouTube page, Twitter page and web-site I thought I would have a look round today and see what other photos were around which show Soil Stabilisation works taking place and the equipment used.  I came across a great photo [...]

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What is Soil Stabilisation sampling and testing

Today we are carrying out Soil Stabilisation sampling on a major road development in the Midlands.  Our representative, along with a technician from a UKAS accredited laboratory, will visit the site and collect soil samples from across the site.  These samples will then be taken back to the laboratory for analysis and a design mix [...]

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Soil Stabilisation contractor site photos

Thought I would upload some photos today of the Bulk Earthworks and Soil Stabilisation operations that are currently taking place on site in St. Asaph, North Wales.  The photos show the Bulk Earthworks being carried out in preparation for the Soil Stabilisation works (further photos of the Soil Stabilisation works will be uploaded).  Let us [...]

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What is Soil Stabilisation with Lime Addition

What is Soil Stabilisation with the addition of Lime and what type of results can be expected?  These are questions we are frequently asked and so today I thought I would have a look at some other sources on the internet (aside from our own web-site) that gives a good overview of the answers to [...]

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Cement Stabilisation of Soil

Found this article on Twitter today and thought I would share it with you all.  The article, which is on Architecture, Art and Design Website, looks at the Cement Stabilisation process and answers the questions “What is Cement Stabilisation of Soil?” and “Why is Cement Stabilisation of Soil required?”.  It also looks at the typical [...]

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Cement Stabilisation and Soil Stabilisation

While I was looking around online today for some new publications on Cement Stabilisation I came across this web-site here which has a list of ebooks about Soil Stabilisation and Cement Stabilisation which are available for download, including: Soil Stabilisation with GGBS Cement Stabilization and Solidification Guidance on the use of Stabilisation/Solidification Stabilised Soil Research Progress [...]

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Soil Stabilisation contractor working in North Wales

Soil Stabilisation works will commence on site early next week in North Wales.  The works, which we will be carrying out, will consist of a bulk earthworks operation and then Soil Stabilisation works to provide Bulk Modification works to CBR5%, a Stabilised Capping Replacement to CBR 15% and a Stabilised Sub-Base Replacement to CBR 30%. [...]

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Cement Stabilisation for Windfarm Roads

Whilst looking for some interesting Soil Stabilisation case studies and articles, I found this one here about a large windfarm development in Ohio (USA) where Lafarge Cement provided over 20,000 tonnes of cement for Soil Stabilisation to approximately 44 miles of roads.  The article also looks at the construction of the support pads for the [...]

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Soil Stabilisation Contractor July Update

Since its been a while since I posted an update on the works been carried out by T R Stabilisation I thought today I would do a post about this.  In June and July we have been very busy, completing Soil Stabilisation works on a site and then moving that team straight on to the [...]

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Soil Stabilisation introduced to Kurdistan

Found a good news article here today about how Soil Stabilisation is being introduced to Kurdistan to improve their roads and provide long term durability.  The article looks at the time, money and environmental benefits of introducing this technique along with the long lasting end results that can be expected.  Have a read and let [...]

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