The original railroad had been constructed on very soft soil and settling foundation which needed to be modernized and stabilized. When stabilized, the project involved the construction of a new double railway track.
The total area that needed to be stabilized with the complete ALLU Soil Improvement System was in the region of 6 500m2 down to a depth of 3-4 m, all in a one month operation. By improving the bearing capacity of the foundations health and safety issues would be resolved, with the binder used in this project being a mixture of cement (70%) and merit (30%).
The complete ALLU Soil Improvement System stabilized the area cost and time efficiently, with no expensive haulage costs as there was no need for a mass exchange of material.