The long-term performance of a flexible pavement largely depends on the compaction level achieved in different layers during construction. Traditionally, the compaction level of the subgrade is monitored through spot checking of moisture content and dry density at some discrete points. However, this type of quality control work does not cover the entire pavement and may leave under-compacted areas. These under-compacted areas could likely lead to early failure of the pavement structure. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a real-time compaction monitoring tool that can provide an accurate measurement of the compaction level of the entire pavement. Such measurements could be used to identify and remediate under-compacted areas and provide adequate support to asphalt layers constructed on top of the prepared subgrade. The application of the Intelligent Compaction Analyzer (ICA) for real-time monitoring of compaction of a stabilized subgrade is addressed in this paper. Four case studies demonstrating the successful application of the ICA are included. The compaction level of the stabilized subgrade was monitored in terms of ICA density and modulus. In each case study, it was found that ICA could estimate the compaction level with a reasonable accuracy. It was also found that the ICA modulus and nuclear density gauge (NDG) measured density exhibits a good correlation with R2 equal to 0.73.