Soil Modification

Immediately transforming mud into a solid surface.

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Soil modification, commonly known as “mud-drying,” is a process used to dry down wet subgrades to provide a working platform for access and construction equipment. 
To create this chemically modified substrate, the application of cement powder, fly ash, lime or a combination of the three is mixed into the wet soil with a reclaimer. The thoroughly mixed, modified soil is then compacted with a vibratory padsfoot compactor. Construction can resume within hours after chemical treatment.

Benefits of soil modification:

*Cost effective 
*Extended construction season and minimized rain-related delays
*Reduced plasticity and improved compaction

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