Temporary soil stabilisation has a wide range of applications as illustrated in the Case Studies section below. Additional technical information and reference technical papers and reports on RoadCem stabilisation can also be found under the Additional Information section of our website.
A244 Walton Bridge – Saturated ground conditions in mid-winter posed no problem for RoadCem in this award winning Costain project.
Wrightington Hospital – High organics were no problem for RoadCem during the stabilisation of soils to support site cabins and equipment during this Sir Robert McAlpine project.
Maritime Transport HQ – See how this two story headquarters building was constructed over a working platform created with a RoadCemsite stabilsation solution
UU Davyhulme – 9,000m2 of highly organic, silty clay was stabilised with RoadCem to provide the working platform for the piling works at this major development site.
Shenfield Haulroad – Costain chose a RoadCem stabilisation to provide the solution for their haul road which was required to be in service for two years. RoadCem stabilisation was chosen over traditional aggregate and grid proposals given the maintenance free finish RoadCem could guarantee.
Haul Road Davidson Homes – With a large number of houses to be constructed over the next few years a strong, maintenance free haul road was needed for the delivery of heavy plant and materials to site. The road was constructed in-situ using the existing site soils which were stabilised to a depth of 350mm depth.
Ambergate WTW – Following on from the successful use of RoadCem soil stabilisation at the Clay Mills facility the same site team adapted well to poor, wet, site soils and limited equipment access to produce durable and robust temporary works structures at this small site.
Wooley Hill Wind Farm – A RoadCem soil stabilisation solution was adopted over a steel plate and aggregate design to provide the strengthened entrance and access route for the deliveries of the component parts of the wind turbines. These heavy load deliveries required high strength, durable access routes over the course of the construction stage.
The use of soil stabilisation as part of the permanent works is often an overlooked concept. A RoadCem stabilised layer can provide a robust, high performance foundation for roads, car parks and under concrete slabs – allowing for the elimination or reduction in the thickness of the capping and sub-base layers. See our Case Studies below and the Additional Information section of our website.
Illustrating perfectly how temporary soil stabilisation can be utilised for the permanent works as well.
Temporary RoadCem stabilisation incorporated into the permanent works at the Anglian Water project.
The Severn Trent AMP 6 Alliance chose RoadCem stabilisation for this project. After removing the topsoil layer the existing site soils were mixed to a depth of 300mm with our patented RoadCem to form a durable, impermeable slab for the media washing plant to sit on.
Environmental, cost and programme benefits were all realised from the adoption of RoadCem soil stabilisation to form the temproary piling platform for the activated sludge plant at this treatnent works.