TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

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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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Soil Remediation using Cement

Found some information here from Lafarge about Soil Remediation and how this can be achieved by adding cement.  The page discusses the different types of Soil Remediation along with the different binder additions that can be used with each technique.  There are also various case studies within the web-site showing how the techniques have successfully been [...]


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Soil Remediation – Re-Using Soil

Found a great article here http://www.hazmatmag.com/news/exploring-new-alternatives-for-treating-and-reusing-soil/1002052059/ from HazMat Management Magazine titled “Exploring new alternatives for treating and reusing soil”.  The article looks at the increasing costs of removing and replacing unsuitable soils from a site and what alternative methods can be used to eliminate this.  Have a look and let us know what you think.


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Lime Stabilisation and Soil Improvement

Found another good publication here http://www.carmeusena.com/files/files/brochures/br_benefits_of_using_lime.pdf from Carmeuse on the benefits of using Lime for Soil Improvement.  The publication looks at how lime can be applied and the many benefits of its use including: Soil Modification Soil Stabilization Reduced Plasticity Index Reduced Moisture Absorption Increased Unconfined Compressive Strength Increased CBR Reduced Swell Potential The publication also looks [...]


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Cement Stabilisation Contractor at Work

Soil Stabilisation works will be starting on site on Monday at a school contract in the North West.  We will be carrying out Lime and Cement Stabilisation to provide a piling matt.  Photo’s and video’s will be uploaded as soon as they become available.   You can also view Soil Stabilisation video’s on out YouTube [...]


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