With individual pile capacities up to 300 kips and a diameter of 12" or less, these steel reinforced, grouted piles can be installed where other deep foundation elements are not a viable option.
Pre-tensioned, grouted anchors used to counter uplift or overturning created by adverse soil or groundwater conditions.
Helical piles use varying diameter helix (plate) sections as the bearing surface of the pile and to pull the pile down into the ground.
Soil nails are closely spaced anchors that may be installed horizontally or vertically to stabilize cuts or slopes.
A ground anchor can be installed in soil and some types of rock. Ground anchors are pre-tensioned after installation.
Tiebacks are used to resist lateral force in a vertical wall or face. Designs include helical tiebacks and grouted anchors.
When used for underpinning or foundation repair, helical piers can be an economical and efficient solution for both compression and tension applications..
Coupled to a structure by way of a bracket, grouted socket or pile cap, micropiles can be used to underpin or add bearing capacity to a structure - even in low overhead or limited access locations.
Hydraulically driven steel push piers are a viable option for compression loading applications. Push piers are not used when tension loading is required.
A soil nail wall can provide temporary or permanent support for slopes, faces, or cuts.
Tiebacks and anchors are used to provide lateral support for SOE installations such as sheet piles, soldier piles and other vertical shoring systems.
Vertical soldier piles (h-piles or micropiles) are installed at regular intervals and joined with horizontal lagging to form a retaining wall.
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