Soil Stabilization

Doss Enterprises has the expertise and equipment to service all of your stabilization projects. Using our fleet of CAT RM 500 soil stabilizers with computer-controlled water injection systems, we’re capable of delivering up to 500 GPM to our Stoltz computer-controlled site spreaders. And for your wet, difficult-to-access projects, we utilize our high flotation mud tires – proving that we are well-equipped to handle even the most challenging projects.

Our team works for you.

You can count on Doss Enterprises to expertly grade and compact your next project with our GPS equipped grade equipment.

No need to wait for materials from other suppliers with Doss’s fleet of pneumatic bulk trailers, storage pigs and water trucks.

Our crews have a keen understanding of the challenges that our customer’s face in safety, scheduling, and traffic control. With our value engineering approach, we can offer a cost effective, higher quality, alternative to save time and natural resources.

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Our Soil Stabilization Methods

Cement Soil Stabilization

  • This process will dramatically improve your subgrade soil, as well as save money on your project.
  • Since cement soil stabilization has slab like characteristics, which result in higher unconfined compressive strengths, excellent freeze-thaw protection, the amount of aggregate needed can be reduced, as well as eliminating the need for geo-fabrics or geo-grids.
  • Because it is done in-situ (onsite), it eliminates the cost of removing and replacing the unsuitable soil.
  • It greatly reduces the permeability of the soil, creating an extremely durable, long lasting sub grade ... in fact; soils treated with cement actually gain strength over time, reducing future maintenance costs.
  • Doss Enterprises uses state of the art technology to control all essential mechanical and hydraulic functions on our spreader truck, to deliver a constant application rate of cement.
  • CAT RM 500 soil stabilizers are used to insure complete and uniform mixing, and also has the ability to inject water in the mixing chamber, resulting in the correct moisture content, providing superior mixtures.

Soil Modification

  • Soil Modification is the process of drying and changing the consistence of wet and otherwise unusable material.
  • The process is done in-situ (onsite) saving you time and cost usually involved with removing and replacing soil.
  • SM is 80% more cost effective and 50% faster than replacing the soil.
  • With soil modification, work on an otherwise halted project can continue, in the case of multiple lifts, after treating and compacting soil, no waiting period is required, allowing production to continue.
  • Doss Enterprises has the capability to keep your project moving in wet, unsuitable soils using cement, lime, LKD and other additions with our large fleet of pneumatic trailers, multiple crews available and storage pigs.
  • Soil modification usually requires a lower spreading rate, increasing your cost savings.

Full Depth Reclamation

  • FDR provides the benefits of reconstruction without the substantial costs
  • Quick construction with only moderate traffic disruption
  • Provides moisture and frost protection
  • Savings up to 65% over traditional methods
  • FDR Constructed roads are much less expensive to build, have longer life expectancies, and are very durable.
  • Lower material costs with FDR and significant reductions in the required amount of paving surface
  • Faster construction, less inconvenience to nearby residents, roads do not have to be shut down to residential traffic.

Cement Treated Base

  • Provides a stiffer and stronger base than an unbound granular base which reduces deflections due to traffic loads
  • The thickness of a cement treated base is less than what is required for a granular base carrying the same traffic load because the loads are distributed over a larger area
  • Using the cement treated base reduces rutting which ultimately reduces maintenance over time
  • A cement treated base provides a moisture resistant, highly durable, long-lasting alternative to traditional stone placement.
  • Cement treated bases continue to gain strength with age, extending the service life, reducing costs