Soil & Ground Stabilization

soil stabilization process

What is Soil Stabilization?

Roads, sidewalks, and other paved surfaces last longer when the soil beneath them is durable. When the soil is too weak to support the pavement above, we implement soil stabilization techniques to enhance its strength, durability, and load-bearing capacity. Soil stabilization is also important in the construction industry because it provides a solid foundation for new buildings and other structures.

The Soil Stabilization Process

Here’s a breakdown of our three-step soil stabilization process.
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Soil Assessment & Testing

We assess the soil’s properties and collect samples to test its composition and strength. This initial step helps our team select the right stabilization techniques and materials.
soil stabilization process

Stabilization Treatment

We implement the appropriate stabilization technique, which could include adding materials like lime, cement, or chemical binders to the soil to improve its strength, reduce its susceptibility to water erosion, and enhance its load-bearing capacity.
soil stabilization process

Quality Control

We compact the soil until the desired density is achieved and check it regularly to ensure proper function.
soil stabilization process

Benefits of Soil and Ground Stabilization

Our soil stabilization services offer the following benefits.

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