Piling Services

Why Use Piles ? 

When it comes to laying a solid foundation for any construction project, piling plays a crucial role. Our team of highly skilled and experienced professionals excels in providing comprehensive piling solutions that meet the highest industry standards.

With our Piling Services, we bring together cutting-edge technology, innovative techniques, and a wealth of expertise to ensure the stability and longevity of your structures. Whether you require foundation support for residential, commercial, or industrial projects, we have the expertise to deliver outstanding results.

At our company, we understand that every project is unique, and our approach reflects this understanding. Our team of experts collaborates closely with you, carefully assessing your specific requirements and site conditions. This attention to detail allows us to design and execute customized piling solutions that precisely meet your project's needs.

We employ a wide range of piling techniques, including driven piles, bored piles, and micropiles, among others, to address various ground conditions and project requirements. Our state-of-the-art equipment and advanced technology ensure precise and efficient piling operations, minimizing disruptions and maximizing productivity.

Quality and safety are of utmost importance to us. We adhere to rigorous quality control measures throughout the piling process, ensuring that every step is executed to perfection. Our team is well-versed in industry regulations and follows strict safety protocols to safeguard both our workforce and your project site.

When you choose our Piling Services, you can rest assured that you are partnering with a reliable and trustworthy company. We have a proven track record of delivering successful projects across a wide range of industries, earning us a reputation for excellence.

So, whether you are embarking on a new construction project, require foundation reinforcement, or need expert advice on piling solutions, our team is here to assist you every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more about our comprehensive Piling Services and how we can contribute to the success of your project.

Types of Piles we offer


Compressive Piles:

  • Compressive piles are designed to resist vertical or compressive loads. They are typically used to transfer the weight of a structure down to load-bearing layers of soil or rock.
  • Examples of compressive piles include concrete piles, steel piles, timber piles, and composite piles.

Tension Piles:

  • Tension piles are designed to resist uplift or tension forces. They are commonly used in situations where there is a need to anchor or stabilize structures against upward forces.
  • Examples of tension piles include tensioned anchor piles, soil nails, and ground anchors.

Micro Piles (also known as Mini Piles or Pin Piles):

  • Micro piles are small-diameter piles typically ranging from 100mm to 300mm. They are used in areas with limited access or where soil conditions are challenging.
  • Micro piles can be constructed using various techniques such as drilling and grouting, augering, or using self-drilling micropiles.
  • They are often employed in situations where traditional large-diameter piles are not feasible or cost-effective, providing foundation support for a wide range of structures.

Friction Piles:

  • Friction piles transfer loads primarily through the frictional resistance between the sides of the pile and the surrounding soil.
  • The load-bearing capacity of friction piles depends on the surface area of the pile in contact with the soil and the shear strength of the soil.
  • These piles are often used in cohesive soils, such as clays, where the skin friction along the pile shaft provides the primary support.

End-Bearing Piles:

  • End-bearing piles transfer loads primarily through the tip or end bearing on a hard, competent layer of soil or rock.
  • The load-bearing capacity of end-bearing piles is dependent on the bearing capacity of the underlying layer.
  • These piles are commonly used in situations where the upper layers of soil are weak or unsuitable for bearing the load, and a stable stratum is present at a deeper level.

Belled Piles:

  • Belled piles have an enlarged base, called a bell, at the bottom that increases the load-bearing capacity and reduces the risk of settlement.
  • The bell shape provides increased bearing area, allowing the pile to distribute the load over a larger surface area of the soil or rock.
  • Belled piles are often used in soft or loose soils where increased bearing capacity and reduced settlement are required.

Compaction Piles:

  • Compaction piles, also known as impact or dynamic compaction piles, are formed by densifying loose or granular soils through impact or vibrations.
  • They are typically installed by dropping a heavy weight repeatedly onto the ground surface, which compacts the soil and increases its density.
  • Compaction piles are used to improve the load-bearing capacity and reduce settlement of the ground, particularly in areas with loose or weak soils.

Floating Piles:

  • Floating piles, also known as tensionless piles or floating caissons, are used to reduce settlement and distribute loads in areas with soft or compressible soils.
  • These piles work by transferring the load to a larger area of less compressible soil or rock below the weak layer.
  • Floating piles are designed to "float" on the weak soil layer, minimizing settlement and ensuring the stability of the structure above.


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