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Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

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Lime Stabilisation contract

Found an interesting news article here http://www.sddt.com/News/article.cfm?SourceCode=20130403cwh#.UVve4xKVDG8 about a Lime Stabilization contract in San Diego.  The article looks at the many benefits of the Lime Stabilisation process, but mainly the re-use of existing site materials.  This process meant that only 580 tonnes of quicklime was used on the site, eliminating the need to excavate and cart away [...]


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Soil Stabilization Work

Work has now finished on the Nestle Project at Tutbury where we carried out Soil Stabilisation works for O’Brien Contractors where John Sisk where the Main Contractor.  The works, which included Bulk Modification to CBR 5% and a Stabilised Capping Replacement (CBR 15%) and Sub-Base Replacement (CBR 30%) were completed on time inline with the [...]


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Soil Stabilisation Works Progress

With Soil Stabilisation works now complete on the Netstle Site in Tutbury, we thought we would take this opportunity to update you on future works: Ercall Wood College, Telford After sucessfully securing the contract to carry out Soil Stabilisation for Moorhead Excavations, works at Ercall Wood College in Telford will commence immediately after the Easter [...]


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Soil Stabilisation Sampling & Testing

Soil sampling will take place on a site today at Telford for a new school development.  Representative samples of the soil will be collected by a UKAS accredited laboratory, taken to their lab for testing to enable a design mix to be established.  Once a mix design has been determined then Soil Stabilisation works can [...]


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Soil Stabilization

Whilst searching the internet today I came across a paper on Soil Stabilisation and Lime Modification in Brazil.  The paper, which can be found here http://www.dec.ufv.br/modules/mastop_publish/files/PublicacoesdoPrograma/DARIO_Soil%20Lime%20Stabilization_Tropical%20Soils.pdf looks at how Soil Stabilisation and Lime Modification could be used more extensively and economically.  The paper centers around an experimental program which was conducted in 3 steps and goes on [...]


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Cement Stabilisation Contractor

Found a good paper here http://onlinepubs.trb.org/onlinepubs/millennium/00016.pdf from the Committee on Cementitious Stabilization titled Cementitious Stabilization.  The paper looks at the different types of Soil Stabilisation along with the different processes and additives used, including: Lime Stabilisation (Reaction Mechanisms, Mixture Design, Pavement Design, Performance Considerations, Information Gaps) Coal Fly Ash Stabilisation (Stabilisation with Non-Self-Cementing Coal Fly Ash, Stabilisation with Self-Cementing Fly Ash, Mix Design, Construction [...]


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Soil Stabilization History

Found a great paper here http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1877&context=jtrp from a University in America titled Principals of Soil Stabilization and dated 1957.  Despite being produced over 55 years ago its quite interesting to see that the basic principals of Soil Stabilization have not changed that much. The paper looks at different soil types, different treatment levels, the processes which can [...]


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Lime Modification and Soil Stabilisation

Found a presentation here http://www.powershow.com/view/dbc9-ZWU1Z/SOIL_STABILIZATION_AND_MODIFICATION_powerpoint_ppt_presentation on Lime Modification and Soil Stabilisation.  The presentation looks at the Soil Stabilisation process in depth and discusses the following: What is Soil Stabilisation What Soil Stabilisation does Features and benefits The equipment used Common additives The process Testing regimes Sites where Soil Stabilisation has been used The presentation features some interesting [...]


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Soil Stabilisation using GGBS

Found a good publication here http://www.ukcsma.co.uk/files/csma_report_on_soil_stabilisation.pdf from UK Cementitious Slag Makers Association (CSMA) about Soil Stabilisation with Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag. The publication looks at how the Soil Stabilisation  process can be used on Soils with a sulfate content by introducing GGBS instead of the typical Portland Cement.  Information from site trials are included along with general advice on [...]


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Soil Improvement & Stabilisation

Found a great publication here from CAT http://china.cat.com/cda/files/408341/7/Soil%2520Stabilization%2520QEDQ1229.pdf titled Introduction to Soil Stabilisation.  The publication runs through the entire Soil Stabilisation process and looks at the different elements, including: Brief history of Soil Stabilisation What is Soil Stabilisation Why & when is Soil Stabilisation used Soil classifications Additives (i.e. Portland Cement, Quicklime, GGBS, Fly Ash etc.) Soil [...]


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