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Is soil-cement right for you?
Portland Cement Association
Soil-cement layersDue to its versatility, soil-cement is widely used as either a low-cost pavement subgrade or base material for many pavement applications. In addition to roads, soil-cement can be used for building pads, container ports, warehouses, rail and truck terminals, parking areas, truck docks, materials handling and storage areas, and composting facilities.
Recycling a failed flexible pavement can be accomplished using full-depth reclamation with cement.
Wet, soft subgrade soils can be improved with cement-modified soil.
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