TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

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Lime Stabilisation Ireland

Found a paper here http://www.ecocem.ie/downloads/Stabilisation_Paper.pdf which was presented to the Geotechnical Society of Ireland (GSI) on Modification / Stabilisation of Low Strength Cohesive Soils under Foundations and Floor Slabs.  Contains some interesting information on developments in modifying Irish cohesive soils (particularly boulder clays) for engineering fill under foundations for industrial and residential developments along with case studies and suggested testing regimes. [...]


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Lime and Cement Combined Soil Stabilisation

Found a great case study here http://www.cement.org/pavements/pv_int_PHA.asp  on the combined use of lime and cement for Soil Stabilisation at Port of Houston, Texas.  This case study shows how costs were saved when carrying out Soil Stabilisation compared to traditional construction methods along with the greater strengths achieved.  Let us know what you think or give us [...]


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Soil Stabilisation equipment

Just added to our fleet a TerraGator Water Bowser.  This is used for the addition of water when Lime/Cement Stabilisation is being carried out.


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Lime Stabilisation on highways

Another interesting case study found here http://www.carmeusena.com/files/files/CaseStudies/Full/cs_michigan_dot_i_96.pdf on Lime Stabilisation being used on a highway replacement in Michigan.  The section being replaced was 2.8 miles long and 7 lanes wide in each direction with an estimated 13,400 tonnes of lime being used.  The case study also shows how carrying out Lime Stabilisation instead of traditional construction methods [...]


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Lime Stabilisation affordable housing

Lime Stabilisation and Soil Stabilisation has many applications and benefits in today’s construction market that are only just being explored in depth.  With the high need for more affordable housing in the UK, developers are now looking at different methods to reduce costs and their environmental impact.  Have a look at our web-site where there [...]


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Soil Stabilisation Geofirma

Showing how well competitors work together within the Soil Stabilisation industry, on Tuesday this week we were on site in Oxford carrying out a sampling exercise with one of our competitors, Geofirma.  Pictures below show the sampling taking place and no one got pushed into the trench!


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Soil Stabilisation Britpave

We have just joined to the Britpave Soil Stabilisation Task Group on Linkedin.  Why not have a look at the group where you can view discussions on Soil Stabilisation and Lime Stabilisation related topics from the people who work in the industry http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Britpave-Soil-Stabilisation-Stabilization-Task-4464163?trk=myg_ugrp_ovr


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Soil Stabilisation worldwide

Have found another interesting article from Wirtgen http://www.wirtgen.de/en/aktuelles_und_presse/presseberichte/presse_detail_4361.html about soil stabilisation being used in India.  Has some great information on the process, machines used an end results.  Have a look and let us know what you think.  You can also have a look at Case Studies on some of the contracts we have completed Soil [...]


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Soil Stabilisation case study

Have just uploaded a new case study to our web-site today on the works carried out at Runcorn providing details of the works carried out along with images.  Have a look http://www.trstabilisation.co.uk/case-studies/soil-stabilisation/daresbury-park–daresbury.html and let us know what you think. Works are also continuing on our Milton Keynes site and will will keep you updated with new pictures [...]


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Soil Stabilisation – flooded sites

With all of the rainfall over the past week, many construction sites are experiencing flooding, causing delays to works.  T R Stabilisation can assist in getting you back on track by carrying out Lime Modification to the site material once the flood water has retreated.  By incorporating quicklime, the site material can be rapidly dried [...]


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