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Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

Posts Tagged soil stabilisation

Soil Improvement with Lime

Found a good document here on the Improvement of Soil using Lime.  The document discusses the different levels of treatment when incorporating lime into soils for forestry access roads.  Amongst the treatments looked at are drying soil with lime, modifying soil with lime and stabilising soil with lime.  The document also looks at the results achieved [...]

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Cement Stabilisation on Highways

Found a good presentation here from The Portland Cement Association which discussed at the different ways Cement Stabilisation can be used on highways and roads projects.  It looks at the pavement structure, the different types of Soil Stabilisation, common materials, why Stabilisation should be used, the history of Soil Stabilisation, typical applications and the different methods [...]

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Soil Improvement incorporating Lime

Found a good document here from The British Lime Association titled Earthworks Improvement Using Quicklime. The document looks at how “unsuitable earthworks materials can be improved with quicklime to enhance geotechnical properties, resulting in a reduction in moisture content, improved bearing capacity, reduced plasticity, less shrinkage or swelling” which allows weak materials to “be handled more [...]

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Stabilisation of Soil using Cement

Found a good report here from the Washington State Department of Transportation.  The report looks at the behaviour and properties of soil when binders such as lime and cement are introduced.  The report looks at the science behind the reactions that take place when the binders are introduced to the soil and the increases in strength and [...]

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What is Soil Stabilisation – Britpave

Found a good animation here from Britpave’s (The British Cementitious Paving Association) Soil Stabilisation Task Group.  The animation shows the Soil Stabilisation process taking place, including spreading binders, mixing the binders in and then compaction.  Have a look and let us know what you think. We have more video’s of the Soil Stabilisation process on our [...]

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Soil Stabilisation using Cement

Found a good bit of info here on the Cemex web-site about the different uses of Cement within Soil Stabilisation. We have also commenced works today on the Tutbury project and will be posting video’s and photos from this site soon. Works are also continuing on the Scotland access road so keep checking back for more [...]

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Soil Stabilisation Case Study

Just a quick reminder that we have a range of Soil Stabilisation case studies on our website, which can be found here  These are updated every time a contract is completed and new case studies will be added soon. You can also find more information on Soil Stabilisation on our web-site including How It Works, [...]

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Soil Stabilisation Project Dove, Nestle, Tutbury

We have just been awarded a large contract to carry out the Soil Stabilisation works on Project Dove, Nestle in Tutbury.  We will be working for O’Brien Contractors and will carry out Bulk Modification works to achieve a 5% CBR, a Stabilised Capping Replacement to achieve a 15% CBR and a Stabilised Sub-Base Replacement to [...]

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Soil Stabilisation history

Found an interesting publication here about Lime Stabilisation of Poor Soils.  The publication looks into the different techniques of introducing Lime into unsuitable soils along with their historical use and origins.  Have a read and let us know what you think. For more information on Lime Stabilisation give us a call on 01254 238 700 or [...]

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Soil Stabilisation & Lime Stabilisation tackles wet sites

Found a great publication here  from Carmeuse Natural Chemicals in America about how Lime can be used to “Dry & Improve Construction Site Soil”.  The publication looks at the problems caused by wet site conditions and the delays caused.  The answer to these problems is introducing Lime to the site material which “effectively and quickly dries [...]

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