TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

Archive for October, 2013

Soil Stabilisation Ebooks

Found a great site here today which has loads of free ebooks covering a wide range of Soil Stabilization topics, including Lime Stabilisation of Cohesive Soils for Capping Layers – this publication is from the British Lime Association and looks at the ways in which Cohesive Soils can be treated with Lime to make them [...]

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Stabilization of Soils with Lime

Found a good article here today on The Constructor, Civil Engineering, which looks at Soil Stabilisation with Lime.  The article runs through the Soil Stabilisation process, looking at the considerations that must take place when considering this technique, including: Mechanics of Soil Stabilisation – what is Soil Stabilisation and how it works The basic principals [...]

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Soil Stabilization this week

Despite the unsettled weather we are optimistic that works will continue on both the Glasgow and Salford sites this week without much delay.  Works are progressing well on both sites and are running on time and to programme with minimum disruption. Soil Stabilization – Glasgow We have been carrying out Soil Stabilisation works for Buckingham [...]

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Soil Stabilisation contract presentation

Today we are carrying out a presentation on Soil Stabilisation and its many advantages for a client who is currently looking to use the technique on a large development in Cheshire.  The presentation, which will be given to the client and the project team, will look at the ways in which Soil Stabilisation techniques are [...]

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Soil Stabilisation and Lime Treated Soils

Found a good web-page here today on the British Lime Associations web-site which discusses the techniques, processes, advantages and benefits of treating unsuitable materials with Lime.  The page firstly looks at how Lime Stabilisation can be carried out and the different levels of treatment, including: Improvement – by the addition of quicklime only the soil [...]

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Lime Stabilisation for Wet Soils

Since the winter months are quickly arriving I though I would add a couple of posts on Construction Site Wet Soils and how Lime Stabilisation can be used to quickly dry the soils and get projects back on schedule.  This presentation, from Carmeuse Natural Chemicals, runs through how Lime reacts with the soils to Dry, [...]

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Soil Stabilization for wet soils

Found a good Blog post here which describes the impressive results achieved when treating wet soils with Lime.  It looks at a construction project which was in progress during the winter months and after a heavy period of rain, snow and frost how quicklime was used to dry up the existing site soils quickly and [...]

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Soil Stabilisation on site in Glasgow

Works continue to run well on site at Glasgow where we are currently working for Buckingham Group Contracting, assisting with the Soil Stabilisation works which are currently taking place on the new Prologis development at Newhouse. We are also starting a new contract this week in the North West where we will be carrying out [...]

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Soil Stabilization History

Found a report here today which dates back to 1961 on Soil Stabilization methods from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) which describes research carried out as far back as 1946. The report goes through all of the different types of Chemical Soil Stabilisation tests carried out and looks at the performance of each type of [...]

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Soil Stabilization Blog

Thought I would share a Blog post I found today with you which discusses Soil Stabilization.  The Blog, which has been posted to Construction Updates and can be found here, runs through the different ways in which Soil Stabilization can be carried out and the benefits of each process. The first thing discussed is the [...]

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