TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

Lime Stabilisation for Poor Soils

Lime Stabilisation for Poor Soils

Today I found a good publication here on Concrete Construction about Lime Stabilisation for Poor Soils.  The article, from 1967, looks at the ways in which Lime Stabilisation has been used historically to treat problem soils along with its introduction to use on construction sites.

Although the technology has moved on significantly since the article was written the basic approach to Soil Stabilisation has remained the same, by spreading and mixing powder binders (typically quicklime, portland cement, GGBS and fly ash) into unsuitable soils they can be stabilised in situ to provide material with a variety of uses, including Bulk Fill, Capping and Sub-Base Replacements and piling mats.

Have a look and let us know what you think.

For more information on the Soil Stabilisation process and how this cost effective and time saving technique could be used on a site you are currently working on then please give us a call on 01254 238 700 or send us an email to

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