TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

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Lime and Cement Stabilisation in Appleby

Lime and Cement Stabilisation works commence on site this morning in Appleby for a new client.  The contract, which will require both Lime and Cement Stabilisation techniques, will see us carry our treatment to the large site over several phases.  This first phase consists of Lime Modification works to the bulk fill material to provide [...]


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Soil Stabilisation Contracts this Week

Soil Stabilisation contracts commence on 2 new sites this week, along with works continuing at Stoke on Trent.  The 2 new contracts, which are based in Cumbria and the North West, will see us undertake Lime Stabilisation and Cement Stabilisation to 2 large developments for 2 new clients.  More details will follow as the works [...]


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New Dozer

Our October 2014 email newsletter was distributed yesterday, featuring news and information on the purchase of our new Komatsu D51PX Dozer, which is equipped with the Topcon Total Station system. A copy of the newsletter can be found below.


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Soil Stabilisation Stoke on Trent

Soil Stabilisation works have commenced on site at the Bet 365 Development where we are carrying out works once again for John Sisk. This new development, which will be the latest of many contracts we undertaken for John Sisk, will see us carry out Soil Stabilisation techniques to provide a Stabilised Capping Replacement to achieve [...]


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Soil Stabilisation September Update

Soil Stabilisation throughout September September has been an extremely busy month for ourselves, with Soil Stabilisation works being carried out at on many different sites including Manchester Airport, Normanton, Leicester and Walsall. We have also undertaken Soil Stabilisation sampling and design testing on 8 new potential contracts which are all due to start throughout October [...]


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Lime Modification & Soil Improvement for Bulk Fill

Soil Stabilisation for sub-grade modification – found a great paper here which is about “experiences with lime and fly ash as modifiers and stabilizers in Illinois“. The paper looks at the many benefits of improving existing soils / sub-grades with Lime and Fly-Ash as opposed to excavating the material and importing aggregate.  Covering the whole process of [...]


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Lime Stabilisation for Poor Soils

Lime Stabilisation for Poor Soils Today I found a good publication here on Concrete Construction about Lime Stabilisation for Poor Soils.  The article, from 1967, looks at the ways in which Lime Stabilisation has been used historically to treat problem soils along with its introduction to use on construction sites. Although the technology has moved on significantly [...]


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Cement Stabilisation Presentation

Cement Stabilisation Presentation We are always looking to expand our presentation portfolio and today I can across this great presentation from Concrete Thinking and The Portland Cement Association titled Cement Stabilized Base Courses for Airport Pavements. The presentation runs through the main aspects of Cement Stabilisation for base courses, including: Fundamentals - what is Cement Stabilisation and how [...]


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Lime Modification and Lime Stabilisation for Soils

Lime Modification and Lime Stabilisation for Soils Just found a new publication here  from the National Lime Association titled Lime Treated Soils – Save Time and Money.  The publication provides information to the construction professional who need an effective and economical means for dealing with unstable soils. The publication looks at how Lime can be used to dry, temporarily modify, [...]


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Soil Improvement and Lime Stabilisation

Soil Improvement and Lime Stabilisation Found an interesting paper today here on Soil Improvement Techniques in India using Lime Stabilisation.  The paper looks at how Lime Stabilisation can be used to “modifying subgrade soils, subbase materials, and base materials”.  There is information in the paper on the different techniques that can be used, the amounts of lime [...]


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