Typically, piling and foundation services are completed before the building of a superstructure. A solid foundation is essential because it must be appropriately designed in order to transfer loads from the building to layers of soil or rock with adequate load bearing capacity and acceptable settling characteristics. We have the upper hand as the preferred piling expert contractor due to our flawless coordination of technical design, work implementation, and our impressive fleet of machines.
A hydraulic hammer is a modern type of piling hammer that is used to drive steel pipe, precast concrete, and timber piles. It is a tool that transforms hydraulic energy to mechanical impact energy and outputs impact energy via hydraulic pressure pushing the piston to reciprocate motion.
The jack-in piling technology is often employed for medium-weight structures like residential and commercial buildings. Because the jack-in pilling technique produces less noise and vibration than conventional piling technologies, it's ideal for projects in densely populated regions where residents are sensitive to noise and vibration.
Micropiles is a type of deep foundation element made of high-strength steel casing and/or threaded bars. They're typically employed to support most structures, improve mass stability, transfer loads, and serve as foundation underpinnings.