Stabilised Access Roads

In situ Roadway Construction

Haul roads and access roads can cause excessive costs to a construction project. D&C GroundTech offer in situ roadway construction that is cost effective and efficient for multiple discipline clients.

Our roadway construction can be carried out with zero excavation and a reduction of up to 60% on imported aggregates. This method of construction is well suited for the construction of temporary haul roads and permanent access tracks.

In situ roadways have been used to create haul roads on site, access tracks to property / remote location, and also as permanent roadways in place of concrete and asphalt surfaces.

The construction of this type of roadways means that a cost effective access track can be constructed across all types of material with minimal intrusion and cost.

Benefits to in situ roadway construction include:

  • Increased speed of project completion.
  • Reduced use of imported aggregates.
  • Less local construction traffic.

Cement Stabilisation

The growing cost of excavation and disposal or materials is causing considerable pressure on construction projects. D&C GroundTec offer cement stabilisation to enable sustainable engineering solutions to engineering principles.

We can offer value engineering options on various types of contracts.

Cement stabilisation can be used on numerous applications:

  • Stabilisation of unsuitable material to be reused on site offering cost savings for disposal costs, excavation costs and haulage costs.
  • Stabilisation using integrated cement can increase CBR capabilities of fill meaning reduced need for sub base, and capping material, and can be used as a replacement for capping material.
  • Stabilisation offers clients the opportunity to increase the recycling ability of the sites improving KPI scoring and also increasing targets.
  • Cement stabilisation and compaction can create haul roads and roadways without the need for excavation and hauling stone to site.
  • The addition of cement can cause materials previously graded as 6E, 7F and 7G can be reclassified as 9A, 9B and 9C