Soil Stabilization

Soil Stabilization

Are you building a roadway in an area where the soil is less than perfect? Soil stabilization may be your answer.

The soil stabilization process alters soil to enhance the already present physical properties. This is done through the use of a variety of additives that include lime, fly-ash, and Portland cement.

The net effect of soil stabilization is increased shear strength of the soil. The stabilization will also help control shrinking and swelling properties that exist in the soil thus providing you with a stable base to lay your pavement.

Soil stabilization is frequently used in the construction of roadways and parking lots. It’s critical for the underlying soil to be stable in order to provide a long lasting, durable roadway or parking lot.

Furthermore, Granular Base Stabilization is another method to provide a stable base. Granular Base Stabilization is a cost-effective way to build structure into pavement while using existing materials. It provides a strong yet flexible base. The products we use in this process include; emulsion, Base 1, enzymes, and calcium chloride. Each of these products provides a different benefit. Some of the most common benefits include; enhanced resistance to rutting and cracking, increased structural capacity, immediate compaction, and the ability for traffic to return usually the same day thus lessening inconvenience to traffic patterns.

Our mission is to bring efficiency to your next pavement project. Save time and money with a company you can trust. Allstates Pavement Recycling & Stabilization.

Contact us today to learn more.

Allstates performs work for all types of contracts  including Commercial,
City, County, State, Federal Projects, and Wind Farms.


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