TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

Archive for the soil stabilisation Category

Lime Stabilisation compactor

We take delivery tomorrow of the new generation Hamm H18i roller/compactor which is the first of its kind in the UK.  More information and pictures of this state of the art piece of equipment will be uploaded.


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Soil Stabilisation article

Found an interest bit of information here http://civil-resources.blogspot.co.uk/2010/06/soil-stabilisation.html which may interest our BLOG readers.  Have a look and send us your comments.


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Lime Stabilisation sampling and testing

Sampling commences on site today for a new lime stabilisation contract. Once the samples have been collected they will be delivered to our independent laboratory for testing so that the correct binder additions can be determined.


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Lime Stabilisation new web-site

Our new web-site has just launched with full details of the services we can offer.  To view follow the link http://www.trstabilisation.co.uk


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Soil Stabilisation new mixer

Photo of us with one of our new Mixers before it was shipped off to work at a Distribution Facility in Birmingham


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Welcome to trstabilisation blog

Soil Stabilisation Blog   Soil Stabilisation is used throughout construction in the UK. Often soil modification is used to offset the costs and environmental issues of developing land. The process involves upgrading in-situ the ground by binding it with other materials.You will find soil stabilisation used in the following instances: Ferry ports and air ports Car [...]


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Soil Stabilisation used on agricultural land

An interesting case study on the soil stabilisation of agricultural land was the M25 widening at junctions 16-23 and 27-30, the project was completed in 2009 but shows how stabilisation is effectively used in todays construction in the widening of motorways and highways. The key facts of the project are: Agricultural fields next to the [...]


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