Increases in the cost of buying virgin stone and environmental concerns about the use of recycled crush for site establishment is currently a big concern for the house building sector.
The search is on for an alternative more sustainable methodology, and whilst change brings risk, a major housebuilder at a site in Liverpool has discovered that it can also bring opportunities.
With house building often carried out in planned stages across the site, it is still common to create an all-weather platform across the whole site as a cut and fill programme.
Last year with winter approaching Redrow invited us to use our RoadCem Zeolite technology to create in-situ soil piling platforms across the site. Laid without need for protective covering, this quick cost-effective solution has proven fully weatherproof through a cold wet winter and piling for the early houses has now been completed.
With our unique soil stabilisation technology housing sites can also benefit from damage proof bound soil truck access roads, which can be converted to adoptable permanent roads later when construction is completed.
RoadCem is not soil stabilisation, it is soil engineering; frost and crack proof with high dynamic stiffness for a maintenance free lifespan that if left unsurfaced will be 100% recyclable.
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