what it is:
Mechanical blending of in-situ soils with cementitious materials and other admixtures.
how it works:
The cement and admixtures are mixed with the soil to increase stiffness; improve bearing, shear and settlement characteristics; and in some cases, to reduce permeability.
why it’s used:
To mitigate risk of liquefaction; support and enhance stability of earthen embankments, dams and levees; create stable working surfaces; and bind contaminants.
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