TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

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Soil Stabilisation Works – Blackburn

Below are some photos from a site where we carried out Soil Stabilisation works in Blackburn.  The specification required both Lime Modification of the fill material to achieve a CBR of not less than 5% and a Soil Stabilised (Lime and Cement) surface layer to provide a Capping Layer achieving a CBR of not less [...]


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Soil Stabilisation Sampling – Wales

Soil Stabilisation sampling was recently undertaken on a site in Wales.  A representative number of trial holes were excavated and samples collected to be taken back to the laboratory.  The laboratory (UKAS accredited and independent) then carried out testing to determine the material classification, before introducing binder (lime and cement) by percentage to confirm the [...]


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Lime Stabilisation – Coventry

We recently carried out Lime Stabilisation / Lime Modification works on a site in Coventry.  The customer was a new client of ours but have since placed further orders with ourselves to carry out similar works on other sites.  Below is a photo of the Lime Stabilisation / Lime Modification works taking place. For more [...]


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Deep Impact Roller – Bomag 226

BW226 (Polygonal) Roller The Most Powerful 26 Tonne Compaction Roller in the World?? EVIB Technology developed by BOMAG (Fayat Group) is a compaction measuring system which continuously measures the dynamic stiffness of soil in the form of the vibration modulus EVIB [MN/m2] which is displayed in analogue form on the terrameter / monitor within the [...]


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Soil Stabilisation – Northumberland

The below photo shows before and after Soil Stabilisation on a site where we carried out works in Northumberland. Bulk Earthworks was carried out to some 15,600 cu.m. of material, with over 14,000 cu.m. being Lime Modified to achieve a CBR in excess of 5% and 8,500 sq.m. of Soil Stabilisation (incorporating both Lime & Cement) to [...]


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Soil Stabilisation – Hull

Some photos below of Soil Stabilisation works taking place on a site in Hull recently for a housing development.  The photo’s show the initial trial holes being dug and samples being collected for material classification and design testing and then the actual Soil Stabilisation being carried out.


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Soil Stabilisation Methods – Choosing the Correct Equipment for the Job

When carrying out Soil Stabilisation there are many factors that need to be taken into account when selecting the correct type of equipment for each particular project.  With many different equipment options available it is important that the following are considered with regards to equipment choice: Project Specification - on a site where Lime Modification is required, with [...]


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Soil Stabilisation – Huntingdon Site

Below are some photo’s of Soil Stabilisation works we recently carried out on a site in Huntingdon, a foundation solution developed alongside a Roller Compacted Concrete contractor.  Our works consisted of 15,000 sq.m. of Roller Dynamic Compaction using our Bomag 226 Deep Impact Roller , 72,000 sq.m. of Lime Modification and 72,000 sq.m. of Cement Stabilised 30% [...]


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Soil Stabilisation Equipment – Bitumen Sprayer’s

When carrying out Cement Stabilisation a bitumen emulsion curing compound is usually applied to the surface of the treated material.  There a several different ways of carrying out this process, from traditional handcart methods to our new LandRover or Breining Sprayers.  The latter 2 save time and labour but also give a great finish.  Photo’s [...]


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Soil Stabilisation Presentation

Soil Stabilisation presentation for a client in Oldham yesterday.  This presentation looks at the different techniques of Soil Stabilisation along with their many benefits. If you would like to arrange a presentation then please call us on 01254 238700 or email us on sales@trstabilisation.co.uk  


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