TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

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Soil Stabilisation social media

Today we created a Pin-It page http://pinterest.com/trstabilisation/pins/ where we will be adding lots of Soil Stabilisation, Lime Stabilisation and Cement Stabilisation information, including pictures, case studies, details on current contracts, technical information and other related posts. Have a look and let us know what you think. Other ways to keep up with news and information from us [...]


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Cement Stabilisation sampling and testing

Cement Stabilisation sampling and testing will take place today on site in Scotland.  Representative samples of the host material will be collected and then taken to a UKAS accredited laboratory for a design exercise to be carried out.  This will include introducing varying amounts of binder to the host material to determine the percentage of [...]


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Cement Stabilisation contractor newsletter

From now on we will be putting together a monthly email newsletter with info and updates from T R Stabilisation.  Below are details of whats in this months newsletter. Recent Soil Stabilisation Contracts During April we completed Soil Stabilisation works on various contracts, including: Ercall Wood College, Telford Birchwood Park, Warrington Ravenside Retail Park, Chesterfield [...]


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Cement Stabilisation Contractor updated web-site

In order to keep things fresh and completely up to date, we will be making some changes to our web-site this week.  Amongst the changes will be a new Cement Stabilisation web-page which will run through the different levels of Soil Stabilisation when incorporating a cementitious binder and the reactions that take place.  We will [...]


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Cement Stabilisation contractor working

Took some time today to update our Flickr photostream and our YouTube video channel with some new content that may be of interest. Flickr Photostream Works at our Monks Cross site in York where we are carrying out Soil Stabilisation (Lime Modification and Cement Stabilisation) for Moorhead Excavations are well underway so I have added [...]


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Cement Stabilisation contractor presentation

Thought I would take the time to let you know about the Soil Stabilisation (Lime Modification and Cement Stabilisation) presentation we offer to Civil Engineers, Consultants and anyone else who is interested. The presentation runs through the entire Soil Stabilisation process from start to finish and covers all of the major key points including: What [...]


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Soil Stabilisation (Lime Modification and Cement Stabilisation) at York

Thought it would be a good idea to give a quick update on the progress being made at the Monks Cross site in York where we are currently carrying out Soil Stabilisation works (including Lime Modification and Cement Stabilisation) from Moorhead Excavations on behalf of Caddick Construction. Works are progressing well and running to programme [...]


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Cement Stabilisation Contractor for capping layers

Found a great publication here  from The British Lime Association about using Lime Stabilisation and Cement Stabilisation to form a Capping Layer.  The title of the publication is “Lime Stabilisation of Cohesive Soils for Capping layers using Quicklime” and it discusses how the Soil Stabilisation process can be used to form a Capping Layer Replacement. The publication looks [...]


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Soil Stabilization information

Was having a quick look around some of the web-sites that provide papers and publications on the Soil Stabilization process and found this page on The National Lime Associations web-site http://www.lime.org/publications/free_downloads.asp which has a list of publications on the subject, including: Technical Brief : Mixture Design and Testing Procedures for Lime Stabilized Soil This publication looks at [...]


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Cement Stabilisation Contractors Guidance

Found a great publication here from the Queensland Department of Transport which is a Technical Standard on Insitu Stabilised Pavements using Cement or Cementitious Blends, which is intended for use by Cement Stabilisation Contractors in that area. The publication looks at all elements of the Soil Stabilisaiton / Cement Stabilisation process, including: Definition of Soil Stabilisation / Cement [...]


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