Pavement Recycling with Full Depth Reclamation (FDR)

Full Depth Reclamation in Westminster, CAPavement Recycling and Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) is a process that utilizes asphalt from deteriorated roads and mixes it with cement to create a stable solid base for resurfacing. This process recycles worn out pavements, pulverizes them, recombines the crushed asphalt with cement and water and then compacts the mixture to the desired consistency providing a stronger more uniform base. More…

Cement Modified Soil (CMS) and Cement Treated Base (CTB)

Soil Cement StabilizationCement Modified Soil is created when substandard soil is treated with a small amount of portland cement. Depending on the type of soil and the properties desired, the proportion of portland cement can be modified to achieve the engineering objectives. The improved soil material is typically only slightly harder than the original soil but the improvement in other mechanical propertied can significant. Cement Modified Soil is a common solution for pipe bedding, slope protection, and subbase for pavement. More…

Shallow Soil Cement / Stabilization

soil mixingSoil Mixing is a process to mix in-situ soil with portland cement powder or cement slurry. This process applies to shallow applications of soil cement like levee roads, bike paths, river revetments, and pond linings. Waste water treatment plant sludge ponds are a common soil cement lined feature in California and Nevada. More…

Cement Deep Soil Mixing / Jet Grouting

Deep Soil Cement MixingCement Deep Soil Mixing (CDSM) involves creating soil cement columns, walls, and grids insitu as deep as 120 feet or more. The method may also be called- Deep Mixing Method (DMM) or Deep Soil Mixing (DSM).  More…

Lightweight Cellular Concrete (LCC)

Celular Concrete in CaliforniaLightweight Cellular Concrete, also referred to as foam concrete is produced by the addition of an air-entraining agent or a preformed foam to a slurry of portland cement, fly ash, water, and occasionally, aggregates. The resulting mixture is highly flowable and pumpable. Cellular concrete is relatively strong, low-density, and has a bearing capacity stronger than compacted fill. More…

Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) Dams

Roller Compacted Dam CaliforniaRoller Compacted Concrete (RCC) is produced by mixing the same ingredients used to make conventional concrete including portland cement,  fly ash, sand, aggregate, and water. However, the amount of water is significantly reduced resulting in a very stiff, “no-slump” concrete that is placed in a manner similar to asphalt paving. For dam construction, the RCC is transported in dump trucks and installed lift by lift in horizontal layers approximately 12-inches thick. More…

Solidification/Stabilization (S/S)

Brownfield RemediationSolidification/Stabilization (S/S) treatment involves mixing portland cement into contaminant-impacted material such as soil, sediment, or industrial waste. The treatment can be done while the material remains in-place (insitu) or on previously excavated material (exsitu). S/S treatment contributes to sustainability of the built environment.  More…

For more information, design assistance, or project specific inquiries: contact Jeff Wykoff by email at jeff.wykoff@cncement.org or by phone at 949-689-6961.
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