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Bored Piles
Bored piles are another type of concrete piling, which is used to support buildings producing heavy vertical loads. Bored piles are cast-in-place on the construction site by drilling a circular hole into the ground, installing steel reinforcement and then filling…
Soil Nails - Soil Nailing
Soil nails are a cost-effective method for long or short-term stabilisation of steep existing or proposed slopes. The stability of the slope is increased with the installation of steel or glass fibre threaded soil nails placed into pre-bored holes or…
Aarsleff Mini Piles
Mini bottom-driven piles are efficient and suitable for most ground conditions. Spoil removal is not required – a particular advantage on brownfield sites. A closed-ended thin walled steel tube is driven in lengths of between 2 and 6m using an…
Mini Piles - Sectional Flight Auger (SFA)
Mini Piles – Sectional Flight Auger (SFA) technology is used in low head room or very restricted job sites, where a CFA rig cannot reach. The piles are formed with the use of sectional lengths of hollow stem continuous flight…
Mini Piles - Augered Piling
Mini Piles – Augured piles, are generally used in cohesive soils where segmental augers are rotated into the ground and the soil being penetrated is flighted to the surface by the augers. Where the ground is unstable, temporary casing can…
Gabion Baskets
Gabion Baskets are rectangular galvanised wire baskets filled with stones used as pervious, semi flexible building blocks for slope and channel stabilisation. Gabions protect slopes and streambanks from the erosive forces of moving water and can be used as retaining…
Grouting (e.g. jet, consolidation grouting)
Ground Improvement methods such as Grouting are used to improve the existing soil formation by changing the soil properties. They can increase the bearing capacity or provide settlement control for new construction, or to remedy an existing issue. Ground Improvement…