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Mass Stabilisation is conquering the world

Mass stabilisation is a ground improvement method for soft or contaminated soils, which by adding binders makes the areas with low quality soils technically and environmentally fit for construction. Mass stabilisation allows for carrying out infrastructure projects in wet areas and in the areas with soft soils at reasonable costs without expensive piling or huge mass replacements. The soft soils include clay, sludge, peat, silt or sediments. In the past 10 years, the mass stabilisation technology and its applications have been under intense development by the leading experts, such as Allu, Ramboll, Lemminkäinen Infra, Rusol, Nordkalk, Finnsementti and Keller. The mass stabilisation method is spreading rapidly to every part of the world.

The mass stabilisation developer companies together with Lahti Region Development LADEC invite interested companies, public authorities, customers and innovative industry leaders to join The 2nd Mass Stabilisation Conference to be held in Lahti, Sibelius Hall, Finland.

The Mass Stabilisation method is:

  • Superior in Terms of Economics, Technique and Environment
  • Supporting Sustainable Development - Diminishing the Use of Natural Aggregates; Less CO2 -emissions
  • Supporting Recycling of Natural and Industrial Surplus Materials
  • Saving Energy and Natural Resources
  • Enabling to Utilise Dredged Sludge, Contaminated Soils and Soft Soils
  • Transforming Low Quality Soil Areas into Fit for Construction in a Cost-Effective Way


Invitation in pdf-form: download here.


Mass Stabilisation

Downloadable materials here


ALLU Stabilisation system Finland 2014

ALLU Stabilisation system at Venice