Bottom Driven Piling

Bottom driven piling uses steel tubes within tubes for piling. The original tube is driven into the ground and another steel tube is slid into it. These are then welded into position and the whole thing is then driven into the ground until the required depth is reached.

These piles are then reinforced according to the required design and then filled with concrete to form the completed pile.

USE CASES FOR BOTTOM DRIVEN PILING

A huge benefit is that there is no spoil removal, making it an ideal option for brownfield sites. Using this technique, we can work in all soil types and sites.

They can be used across a lot of projects including retaining walls, foundations and anything that needs a strong structural element.

Dependable, strong, and extremely cost-effective, with Simpile you can be assured of excellent service as well.

MACHINERY WE USE

We use our Drophammer D500, it is narrow enough to go through most domestic doorways (700mm) making it an easy to use for most sites.

Access can be an issue for some machinery, but with our equipment we can easily service domestic projects.

WHY USE SIMPILE?

Using most advanced technology at our disposal, we will make sure your project is delivered on time and within budget.

Our team has years of experience in the industry. We are transparent with our quotes and happy to give you the detail you need to make your project work.

Piling in Brighton, Simpile site managers using a steel tube drop hammer.
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