Drilled piles

Drilled piles

Drilled Micro-Piles are small diameter grout-filled piles that gain their capacity through skin friction in the ground.  In general, central core of rebar is encapsulated by a column of cement grout.

Drilled Micro-piles can penetrate through buried “obstructions”, consisting of buried rock, rubble, dense matter that typically prevent piles from advancing through fill soils.

When drilled into bedrock, these piles can attain very high capacities for both compression and tension.

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