PowerCem have been in the UK for ten years now and right from day one, we have thrived on the virtually impossible soil stabilisation problems we have been challenged with.
In January 2011 Costain could find no way using conventional soil stabilisation to construct the heavy-duty crane platforms needed for their prize-winning Walton on Thames Road bridge. I took their phone call whilst at the PowerCem office at Moerdijk, Holland, and was told that they needed to achieve a minimum 100% CBR from the Walton sites existing wet silty clay loam. Planning restraints prevented trucking in stone to site and/or altering the existing ground levels during construction, as the site was on a flood plain in a very congested part of London.
To view the results: Projects.pdf (powercem.co.uk)
Since 2011 we have always found a cost-effective working solution to allow contractors to re-use problem site soils and to navigate around planning restraints to meet the most difficult of loading and durability requirements.
Our engineers all love challenging site conditions whether it is organics, sulphates, silts or even peats. RoadCem with its unique wrapping bind will also allow work to continue onsite in all but the very wettest and coldest weather conditions.
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