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Soil Stabilization and Full-Depth Reclamation Services

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Full-Depth Reclamation

Full Depth Reclamation Example

Recycling Saves Money & Resources!

 

Full-depth reclamation (FDR) uses the old surface and base material. There's no need to haul in aggregate or haul out old material for disposal. Truck traffic is reduced, and there is little or no waste. Most importantly, recycling costs are normally at least 25% to 50% less than the removal and replacement of the old surface.

 

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Soil Stabilization & Soil Modification

Modified Soil Example

Benefits of Soil Stabilization

 

Lime can be used to treat soils in order to improve their workability and load-bearing characteristics in a number of situations.

 

1) The structural contribution of lime-stabilized layers in pavement design can create more cost-effective design alternatives. 2) lime stabilization provides performance benefits that reduce maintenance cost. 3) In addition to stabilization of new materials, lime is an excellent choice for reclamation of roadbases

 

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Some of Our Featured Projects

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Shaw Industries Plant 4 Full Depth Reclamation

Shaw Industries Group a global manufacturer of flooring product contracted Terra Firma/Phaltless to rehab an existing employee parking lot.  The specifications for this job were Full Depth Reclamation to a depth of 12″ with 6% portland cement, 1.5″ of asphalt binder, and 1.5″ of asphalt topping.  Terra Firma Pre Pulverized the existing asphalt to a […]

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Komatsu America Corporation Cement Stabilization and Employee Parking Lot

Komatsu America was in need of more parking area for there employees due to the expansion of a product line.  Terra Firma with the help of there parent company Phaltless Inc. were able to build Komatsu a new employee parking lot with the use of cement stabilization.  The specifications for this parking lot was 12″ […]