TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

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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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Cement Stabilisation Contractor

Just a quick post to keep you up to date with contracts on site and contracts that are due to commence. Nestle Project, Tutbury  This is now well underway and we are on track to complete the contract in line with the programme.  We have been carrying out Soil Stabilisation works on this contract since [...]


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Soil Stabilisation Benefits

When comparing Soil Stabilisation to other construction methods, the benefits, for most projects, are usually in favour of the Soil Stabilisation process.  The Britpave (British Cementitious Paving Society) Soil Stabilisation Task Group web-site gives a good over-view of the many benefits offered by Soil Stabilisation, including: Saves Money Savings by Design Saves Time Winter Working [...]


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Soil Stabilisation videos and photos

Have just updated out YouTube Video channel http://www.youtube.com/soilstabilisation and our Flickr Photostream http://www.flickr.com/photos/trstabilisation with new videos and photos. The YouTube Video channel has videos of each of the different stages and elements of the Lime Modification / Soil Stabilisation process, including: Sampling of materials to enable us to carry out testing to establish a design mix Transferring of powders [...]


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Soil Stabilisation – working on site

Works are progressing well and on schedule at the Nestle Project in Tutbury we are currently working on.  Soil Stabilisation works are being carried out for O’Brien Contractors on the John Sisk project at the Nestle Factory development. Below are some pictures of the works taking place and the finished treatment. For more information on [...]


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Soil Remediation and Stabilisation

Found a good article here http://www.environmentmagazine.co.uk/features/land-management/375-stabilisation-and-solidification-of-contaminated-soil-and-waste-part-2soil-properties-and-the-soil-binder-system from Environmental Industry Magazine titled Stabilisation and Solidification of Contaminated Soil and Waste Part 2 : Soil Properties and the Soil-Binder System.  The article, which was produced by the Centre for Contaminated Land Remediation at the University of Greenwich and published in Land Management, looks at “the science behind Stabilisation /Solidification [...]


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What is Soil Stabilisation

Found a great publication / presentation here http://www.tac-atc.ca/english/resourcecentre/readingroom/conference/conf2007/docs/s8/starry.pdf from Wirtgen America titled Modern Soil Stabilization Techniques. The publication looks at the history and background of Soil Stabilisation along with the modern techniques that are now used.  Various different methods and equipment are looked at in depth, including: Current stabilisation technology Stabilisation with lime Stabilisation with cement [...]


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Lime Modification & Soil Stabilisation

Found an interesting publication here http://www.dot.il.gov/materials/research/pdf/ptad7.pdf from the Illinois Department of Transportation on Lime Modification and Soil Stabilisation. The publication looks at the differenced between Lime Modification and Soil Stabilisation, when the different techniques should be used and the end results that can be expected.  The comparison takes into account various different factors including: Soil Type Required [...]


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Soil Improvement & Modification Techniques

Found a great journal here http://www.arpnjournals.com/jes/research_papers/rp_2012/jes_1112_07.pdf from ARPN Journal of Earth Sciences titled A Comparative Review Of Soil Modification Methods. The journal examines the importance of maintaining site won soils on site (therefore reducing export to landfill and import of natural resources) and the different methods that can be used to achieve this.  The main method examined in this [...]


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Cement Stabilisation Britpave Guidance

Found another great publication here http://www.britpave.org.uk/uploads/documents/originals/HBM%202-Residential.pdf from Britpave (The British In-situ Concrete Paving Association) named HBM & Stabilisation - The Design and Specification of Residential and Commercial Rad Pavements. Who Britpave Are “Britpave was formed in 1991. It is active in all areas of transport infrastructure including roads, airfields, light and heavy rail, guided bus, safety barriers and drainage [...]


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