In Saint Petersburg in August 2013, an industrial site was constructed on a landfill. The on-site roads were constructed using RoadCem stabilisation covered with a 5cm layer of asphalt. Saint Petersburg, like most of Russia, is renowned for its extremely cold winters. In the winter of 2013-2014, the lowest recorded temperature dropped below -30oC.
In Issad, 120km to the north-east of Saint Petersburg, a dairy company underwent rapid growth in a very short time. It therefore needed to quickly expand its infrastructure. In addition to new milking sheds, paving was also required for feed storage. The paving had to cover a large area because the feed, consisting of hay and grass, has to be stored for a periods of around 9 months. This is due in part to the long Russian winters.