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Temporary works

IBAA is an extremely cost effective and there are advantages logistically when using IBAA due to the low density of the material, meaning fewer vehicle movements when compared to Primary Aggregates. 

Construct a hard-standing foundation pad 25m x 25m to enable vehicles to perform their operations safely on even ground.

Cory Environmental

Delivery Partner
Geofirma (C A Blackwell Group)

Material Requirements
760 tonnes of 40mm down IBAA ex works Edmonton

A 300mm layer of IBAA sub-base was placed with a second 300mm layer added which was lightly watered; 160kgs per M3 of cement was then rotavated into this layer creating a temporary in-situ HBM.

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