Making the Earth
Asphalt Pulverization Recycling | Foamed Asphalt Recycling
Soil Stabilization | Winterization/dry-up
Western Stabilization’s methods are the most cost-effective, efficient and environmentally sound available. Western’s work meets the highest standards.
Our forerunner systems for soil stabilization and asphalt recycling can reduce the time and cost of base construction by up to fifty percent, while delivering more effective and higher quality products.
Customized And State-of-the-art
Western’s complete string of equipment allows us to respond quickly on-site in all weather conditions and help keep your project on schedule.
This machine is one of our leading mixers in our soil stabilization fleet, yet can still be used to pulverize asphalt for recycling purposes.
All Terrain Spreader
Western Stabilization’s All Terrain Spreader is used in Western’s Soil Stabilization, Winterization and Dry-Up services. Depending on your site’s needs, our All Terrain Spreader can spread the quantities of lime, fly-ash or cement recommended by your engineer. This spreader easily handles any soil conditions, from muddy to dry.
All Terrain Track Spreader
Our All Terrain Track Spreader is designed specifically for severely muddy conditions. Depending on your site’s needs, our All Terrain Track Spreader can spread the quantities of lime, fly-ash or cement recommended by your engineer.
WS 2500s Wirtgen
The WS 2500s Wirtgen is used for pulverizing asphalt on A.C. in depth up to 15" thick. It is also used for the soil mixing required to stabilize soil and for foamed asphalt recycling.
Kenworth 3 Axle with Murray Lowbed
Western’s Kenworth 3-Axle hauls our over-sized equipment to the jobsite.
Rex 350 Compactor
The Rex 350 Compactor is used for compaction after the remix of soil in soil stabilization, winterization and dry-up.
These trucks are used to deliver bulk dry materials to our jobsites and load into our spreaders. We haul lime, cement, fly ash, etc.
Kenworth Truck Spreader
This spreader is used mostly in the dry season to distribute lime, cement, or fly-ash on the job at the prescribed amount per the geotechnical engineers design.