Problems We Solve
Subgrade stabilization, subgrade compaction, and subgrade soil solutions
Getting Beyond “Skin Deep” for Stronger, Longer-Lasting Pavement Performance
Built to last. If you’d like to be able to make that claim about the roads you build, then the subgrade has to get a grade of A-plus. The technologies Midwest employs for subgrade stabilization and subgrade compaction are all certified, verified and proven to stand up to the test of time. We blend our proprietary emulsions into the existing base of native soils, graveled roads, or recycled roadway surface materials to create a superior structure that maximizes potential road strength and extends the useful life of the road bed. And the process eliminates the need to import costly base or aggregate materials to build a sub-base for subsequent paving or chip sealing.
Midwest’s subgrade stabilization solutions will:
- Enhance pavement performance
- Maintain smooth pavement free of damage
- Create a moisture barrier to reduce harmful moisture penetration
- Increase CBR values
- Minimize maintenance and repair
- Low cost and easy installation
You can rely on Midwest to handle design, soil testing, engineering, installation, and post-installation performance testing – at a cost you will appreciate.
A non-asphaltic formulation that produces a natural high-performance surface using native or in-place soils
A construction and maintenance process that uses in-place soils in conjunction with our green products to create natural looking, dust-free roadways.
High performance nanotechnology stabilization system that creates an impenetrable, durable surface with superior compressive strength
The foundation of our line of dust control products, an environmentally certified leading-edge nanotechnology polymer with proven performance
At the forefront of creating custom-engineered soil stabilization solutions
Delivery and application services anytime it is needed, routinely or in an emergency
Programs that maintain regulatory compliance mandates across multiple industries
The laboratory performs a wide breadth of soils testing, the key to success in stabilization