PILING AND FOUNDATION SERVICES
At EXOFOR, we are dedicated to providing top-notch deep foundation services for a wide range of projects, including residential, commercial, and industrial developments. Our team of experts has extensive experience in the foundation industry and uses the latest technology and equipment to ensure that your deep foundation is installed with precision and efficiency.
Auger Cast Piles can be used as:
Advantages of Auger Cast Piles:
NO OBJECT VIBRATION
NO CASING REQUIRED
CAN BE INSTALLED IN LIMITED HEADROOM CONDITIONS
Micropiles can be used as:
- Structural Foundation Support
- Structural Underpinning
- Soil/Slope Stabilization
- Excavation Support
- Seismic Retrofit
- Arresting Structural Settlement
- Resisting Uplift/Dynamic Loads
- Excavation Support in Confined Areas
- Reticulated Pile Wall
- High bearing capacity
- Measure 6 to 12 inches in diameter
- Minimal disturbance/vibration to adjacent structures
- Capability to penetrate subsurface obstructions
- Design loads from 1 to 200+ tons
- Can be readily designed for tension/uplift loads
- Appropriate for a wide range of ground conditions
- Suitable for low headroom and restricted access
- Low noise
- Do not corrode or rot.
- Stable in squeezing ground.
- Pile material can be inspected before piling.
- Construction procedure unaffected by ground water.
- Can increase the relative density of a granular founding stratum.
- Minimal site preparation
- Can be installed successfully in most ground conditions including
peats, soft clay, and loose sand where some other techniques are
- Design loads up to 1,000 tons
- Usually the fastest deep foundation
- Driven pile installations usually produce no spoils for removal and therefore no exposure to, or costly disposal of, potentially
hazardous or contaminated materials. The site is left clean and ready for the next construction activity.
There are 3 main types of sheet pile walls:
- Cantilever: One main advantage of cantilever
sheet pile walls is that they can be pulled and
- Anchored: Well-constructed anchor walls
undergo less lateral deflection than braced walls
and so provide better control of back slope
- Propped: They can be designed to have fixed or
free earth support at the bottom and derive their
stability from the props.