TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

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Soil Stabilisation in Lancashire

Soil Stabilisation is being carried out by ourselves on 2 sites in Lancashire this morning. The first site, which is a new contract for ourselves, is for an existing client whom we have carried out Bulk Earthworks, Lime Modification and Cement Stabilisation for on several occasions in the past.  This new project is for an [...]

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Lime Modification Case Study

Lime Modification case study uploaded to our web-site today detailing the Lime Stabilisation works carried out at the Hallfield Road, York contract. The works, which we completed last week, consisted of treating the existing site material (which was extremely wet) with measured quantities of Quicklime (as determined by the design testing works carried out) to [...]

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Cement Stabilisation Sampling in Nottingham

Cement Stabilisation sampling took place on site in Nottingham last Thursday for an Academy.  The site, which is part of the existing school,  is being developed to provide a large Academy in the area along with associated sports pitches and games areas. Due to the poor ground conditions it was decided that Soil Stabilisation would [...]

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Soil Stabilisation in Leeds

Soil Stabilisation contract in Leeds. Today we have been awarded a contract to carry out the Soil Stabilisation works on a development in Leeds.  The project, which is a large commercial development, is for an existing client who we have carried out Lime Modification and Cement Stabilisation on many occasions in the past.  After an [...]

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Lime Stabilisation in York

Lime Stabilisation works start on site today on a contract in York.  The project, which is for a repeat client, will see us Lime Modify existing site material to provide a general Bulk Fill with a CBR of 5%.  Using Lime Stabilisation techniques will not only save on time, but will reduce environmental impact (less [...]

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Soil Stabilisation Sampling in Bridgewater

Following our very successful presentation last week, yesterday we carried out a sampling exercise on an extremely large contract in Bridgewater, Somerset.  Photo’s are shown below of the trial pits being dug.  From these samples of the host material was then collected by our on site laboratory technician and sent to an independent laboratory for [...]

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Lime Stabilisation Update

July has been quite a busy month for us so far, with new contracts awarded and existing projects continuing at a good rate.  Works have continued throughout the month on the Manchester Airport Carpark Site, a development in Wichelstowe and Coventry and completed on site at Market Drayton and Rossendale. The remainder of July will [...]

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Cement Stabilisation and Lime Modification Case Studies

Thought I would add a short post today showing all of the Soil Stabilisation (including Lime Modification and Cement Stabilisation) Case Studies that are available to download from our web-site. On our web-site each case study has more photos and information than the download version so check both for full information and details on each [...]

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Cement Stabilisation Presentation

This morning we are carrying out a presentation on Cement Stabilisation and how it can be utilised on a large, prestigious development in Somerset.  The presentation, which will be conducted by our technical team for the construction team behind the development, will focus on how Soil Stabilisation techniques are carried out, with a focus on [...]

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Soil Stabilisation at Manchester Airport

Today we have secured Phase 3 of the Soil Stabilisation works at the Manchester Airport Carparks site where we have been on site for Galliford Try since late April.  This further phase will add approximately 60,000 sq.m. to the 130,000 sq.m. of material we have already treated. More information and photos will be uploaded as [...]

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