Cement Stabilization: Desert Diamond Casino

Asphalt Busters provided soil stabilization services for parking lot renovation at Desert Diamond Casino in Sahuarita, Arizona. Services included purchasing cement, spreading the cement with our custom spreader truck, blending cement mixed with water to a depth of 10 inches with our specialized mixing equipment. 600,000 square feet of soil was stabilized, the equivalent of five and a half football fields.
  • Date: April 2021
  • Client: Desert Diamond Casino
  • Project Type: Cement Stabilization 10” deep @ 5% cement

Delivered cement being loaded into the specialized spreader truck outfitted with dust control equipment.

Spreading cement with Asphalt Busters custom spreader truck accurately controlled to produce a 5% mix.

Supplied water truck injects water to mix with cement to a depth of 10 inches.

Asphalt Busters uses the most modern equipment to ensure precise control of incorporating cement into the soil.

Mixing cement into the soil creates a stable base for new asphalt paving on a parking lot at Desert Diamond Casino south of Tucson.

Lime Slurry Soil Stabilization: Mesa Building Pads

Large building pads are generally on a time crunch for being “Sold” off, and Asphalt Busters was a main component of this being able to happen on time. 150 tons+/- of quicklime was trucked 230 miles from Peach Springs to the site daily to get the job completed on time.
  • 119,000 Square Yard or 1,071,000 Square Feet
  • 2 Building Pads Treated
  • 1,495 tons of material trucked in
  • 1,973 tons of material spread
  • 1,046,419 gallons of Lime Slurry Spread
  • Date: June 2020
  • Project Type: Lime Slurry
    Soil Stabilization

Lime that has been trucked to the job site is first mixed with water in slacking tanks and then transferred to spreader trucks.

Asphalt Busters custom spreader truck lays down a precisely calculated layer of lime slurry.

After the lime slurry is spread over an area for the building pad, the mixing machine incorporates into the soil to stabilize it prior to construction.

Mixing machines combine lime slurry with soil on the building pad to a controlled depth.