Sheet piling contractor Aarsleff Ground Engineering is on site driving Sheet Piles as part of the Bypass Embankment Scheme in Sleaford
On behalf of construction firm, Eurovia Contracting North, Aarsleff Ground Engineering is working on the embankment opposite the A153 overbridge and the railway bridge, installing 413 No steel sheet piles to form a retaining wall, as part of the Bypass Embankment Scheme. On behalf of the client, Aarsleff has also given the piles a painted finish to prolong the life of the steel. This large-scale preventative maintenance scheme will protect the bank from slippage and further deterioration over coming years.
Permanent retaining walls utilising sheet piles are used on schemes large and small, from simple projects to complex slope stabilisation solutions. They may be designed to both retain temporary excavations and to act as the permanent retaining structure, often in conjunction with the base slab which offers propping to the wall.
As a company who specialise in Sheet Piling, Aarsleff Group’s work revolves around certain key construction features: steel intensive and permanent basements; permanent retaining walls; temporary sheet piling; conventional and marine sheet piling; steel bearing pile foundations; and temporary and permanent anchors. Our methodologies include the use of techniques such as silent, vibration-free piling and telescopic leader rigs, as well as conventional driving equipment. Through close relations with clients, developers and principle contractors, Aarsleff’s sheet piling team can help develop successful projects, built on reliable and relevant methodologies, whether these relate to permanent installations or temporary ones.
For further information on Aarsleff’s Sheet Piling & Retaining solutions, please contact Senior Technical Estimator Ashley Carter today on 07990 006639 or email AshleyCarter@aarsleff.co.uk