TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

Lime Stabilisation at Manchester Airport

May has been another great month at T R Stabilisation, with us completing quite a few contracts and starting many more new ones.  A brief rundown of some of the contracts we have been involved in over the past month is below.

Butlins, Minehead Development

Here we carried out Lime Modification to Bulk Fill material and Lime/Cement Stabilisation to provide a Stabilised Capping Replacement.  We also undertook the Bulk Earthworks element on this contract along with finishing off the site with a layer of imported stone.


This exciting development was the first of which we hope to be many for a new client and saw us carry out Bulk Earthworks, Drainage works and Lime and Cement Stabilisation to provide a Lime Modified Bulk Fill and a Non-Frost Susceptible Stabilised Sub-Base Replacement.

Stonebridge Business Park, Droitwich

On this site we once again carried out Soil Stabilisation works for John Sisk, providing a Non-Frost Susceptible Stabilised Sub-Base layer on this large commercial development.

Coal Clough Windfarm, Burnley

Working for Farrans Construction, here we utilised Soil Stabilisation techniques to give a Lime Modified Bulk Fill material along with a Lime/Cement Stabilisation Non-Frost Susceptible Sub-Base layer for this windfarm access track.

Manchester Airport Car Park

Throughout May we have been carrying out Lime Modification on this large car park development for Galliford Try, completing over 50,000 sq.m. of treatment to date.

St. Helens

Working for a new remediation client, on this development we assisted them by treating the unsuitable material with Lime and Cement to give Stabilised Capping Replacement.

All full slideshow of images can be found below showing works taking place across all of these sites and case studies for each individual contract will be uploaded to our website soon.

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