Foundation Works

Bored Piles

Bored piles are cylindrical bodies made of concrete (with or without reinforcement) which are installed in the ground by a variety of methods. They transmit high structural loads into lower, load-bearing soils.

CFA Piles

CFA piles are constructed by rotating a hollow stem continuous flight auger into the soil to a designed depth. Concrete or grout is pumped through the hollow stem, maintaining static head pressure, to fill the cylindrical cavity created as the auger is slowly removed.

Steel Sheet Piles

Steel sheet piles offer a comprehensive range of services that contribute to their indispensable role in various construction projects. These resilient steel components provide effective solutions for multiple applications, highlighting their versatility and adaptability.

Driven Piles

Driven piles are structural elements used in foundation construction to support buildings, bridges, and other structures. They are installed by driving them into the ground using impact hammers or vibratory drivers until they reach the desired depth or resistance. Common materials for driven piles include steel, concrete, and timber, each offering unique advantages depending on the soil conditions and structural requirements. Driven piles are favored for their simplicity, speed of installation, and suitability for a wide range of soil types, making them a popular choice in construction projects worldwide.

Water Well

Water well construction involves the process of drilling into the earth's surface to access groundwater reservoirs. Specialized drilling equipment, such as drilling rigs, is used to bore into the ground to reach the aquifer layers that contain water. The well is then lined with casing to prevent collapse and contamination of the water source. Once the drilling is complete, a pump system is installed to draw water from the well to the surface for various uses, including drinking water, irrigation, and industrial purposes. Proper construction techniques are essential to ensure the efficiency, safety, and longevity of the water well, providing a reliable source of freshwater for communities and industries.