Bore piling is performed by excavating soil to form a hole or shaft at a pre-determined depth.
The soil excavation is undertaken using our bore piling machinery. Once the excavation process has completed, negligible particles or unwanted debris are cleared using an air lifting system. Concrete is then poured into the shaft and left to dry. In order to stabilise bored piles in less cohesive grounds, a steel reinforcement cage is inserted into the shaft before concrete is poured into the shaft.
Typical Method of Statement for Bored Pile
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