REFERENCESBP/13. Cement and other hydraulically bound mixtures. The new European Standard BS EN 14227, Parts 1-5. Technical Data Sheet. BRITPAVE, Camberley, Surrey, 2005.
BP/14. The immediate trafficking of cement-bound materials. Technical Report. BRITPAVE, Camberley, Surrey, 2005. BP/16. Stabilisation of sulfate-bearing soils. Technical Guidelines. BRITPAVE, Camberley, Surrey, 2005.
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BP/26. HBM & stabilisation. 1. The design and specification of parking areas and hardstandings. Technical Guidelines. BRITPAVE, Camberley, Surrey, 2007.
BP/27. HBM & stabilisation. 2. The design and specification of residential and commercial road pavements. Technical Guidelines. BRITPAVE, Camberley, Surrey, 2007.
BP/28. HBM & stabilisation. 1. The design and specification of heavy duty paving. Technical Guidelines. BRITPAVE, Camberley, Surrey, 2007.
TRL 248. Stabilised sub-bases in road foundations: structural assessments and benefits by B C J Chaddock & V M Atkinson. TRANSPORT RESEARCH LABORATORY, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 1997.
TRL 615. Development of a more versatile approach to flexible and flexible composite pavement design by M. Nunn, TRANSPORT RESEARCH LABORATORY, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 2004.
MILTON, L J and EARLAND, M. (1999). Design guide and specification for the structural maintenance of highway pavements by cold in-situ recycling. t TRL 386. Crowthorne, TRL Ltd.
MERRILL, D, NUNN, M, and CARSWELL, I. (2004). A guide to the use and specification of cold recycled materials for the maintenance or road pavements. TRL 611. Crowthorne: TRL Ltd.
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NON ROAD REFERENCES WRAP website (to be expanded)
Information Portal On Hydraulically Bound Materials