Contiguous Piling

Contiguous Piling is when we create a row of auger piles to a retaining wall. Typically using a 150mm gap between each pile, if need be soil can be stabilised by grouting.

USE CASES

The most common reason to use contiguous piling is when we are making basements or cellars. We insert the piles, and these are then used as a secure and strong retaining wall.

This method can also be used if we are digging close to an existing structure. As it causes very little vibration. It is great for stabilising inclines and slopes.

MACHINERY WE USE FOR CONTIGUOUS PILING

We have recently added a Geax EK 75 to our fleet, giving us extra capability to deliver for our clients. We also use a  Soiltek S45, Klemm 708, and Cobra B25, GP T1500, D500.

WHY USE SIMPILE?

We have multiple rigs to be able to deliver what we promise and without compromise.

With our dedicated and trust-worthy team your project will be priced openly and we’ll get it delivered on time for you. 

Piling Contiguous Wall
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