TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

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Soil Stabilisation Warrington

Soil Stabilisation works have commenced on site today in Warrington.  The material to be treated will require Quicklime additions to provide a 5% CBR.  The material has been sampled and a design exercise carried out the determine the correct binder additions required. A Streumaster tractor towed spreader will be used to apply the Quicklime to [...]

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Soil Improvement with Lime

Found another great paper here  from a University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.  The paper looks at Lime Treatment of Subgrades including the powder additions, techniques used and the  end results.  Have a look and let us know what you think. If you would like more information on how Lime Stabilisation could benefit your site [...]

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Soil Stabilisation HBM

Found an interesting site here which is the Information Portal On Hydraulically Bound Mixtures (HBM).  The site looks at chemical and physical properties, standards and test methods.  It also has  case studies on the successful application of HBM on projects throughout the UK.  Have a look and let us know what you think. For more information [...]

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Soil Stabilisation access track improvement

Just uploaded some new photo’s to our Flickr photostream of an access track in Scotland we are currently working on.  The photo’s show the access track prior to Cement Stabilisation works taking place.  Once the access track has been cement treated it will then be topped with tar & chip to provide a long term [...]

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Soil Remediation – Brownfield Briefing

If you are looking for a good publication on Soil and Land Remediation then Brownfield Briefing is a good place to start.  Brownfield Briefing is a monthly publication which has electronic updated every week. “Brownfield Briefing is designed to bring you the latest news in the area of brownfield development.  There is comprehensive coverage, a mix of [...]

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Stabilisation of Soil using Lime

Found a good paper here about Soil Stabilisation and Soil Improvement using Lime.  The paper looks at the properties of lime along with the chemical reaction that takes place when introduced into unsuitable soils.  The paper then goes on to discuss the construction process in depth using lime to stabilise soils along with the advantages of [...]

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Soil Improvement using Lime and Cement

Good publication here about Soil Improvement using Lime and Cement.  The publication looks at Soil Stabilisation incorporating Lime and Cement and the effects on the existing material.  Along with discussing the application and benefits of the technique, there are charts and graphs detailing and comparing the treatment against typical construction methods.  Have a look and let [...]

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Cement Stabilisation publication

Found a publication here from CCANZ (Cement and Concrete Association of New Zealand) about Cement Stabilisation.  The publication gives and introduction to Cement Stabilisation, looking at its typical applications and the benefits of the process.  It then goes on to discuss at the subject in more depth, looking at other binder additions, pavement designs and testing [...]

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Soil Improvement using Soil Stabilisation

Another good publication here from the Swedish Deep Stabilization Research Centre.  The study focuses on the strength of soils following improvement by Soil Stabilisation.  The publication looks at the different types of binder that can be used, the testing regimes that are followed along with the overall benefits of the process.  Have a look and let [...]

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What is Soil Stabilisation

Found a great publication here from the Environment Agency on the use of Soil Stabilisation / Solidification for treating Contaminated Soil.  The publication goes into depth on the subject discussing the benefits, applications, guidance available and the design and compliance requirements.  Have a look and let us know what you think. If you need any further [...]

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