Bored Piling for Construction

Bored piling for construction creates ideal circumstances, which is why it can be favoured over any conventional footings. Since bored piling does not require large excavations to be installed, any subsequent backfill is minimised which makes it an attractive choice for building sites. Being able to extend through soft and pliable soils, as well as below frost penetration and seasonal moisture, it makes an option that is more versatile than other footings. Installation of bored piling also causes less disturbance of other piles and other parts of a site. They are a great foundation solution for rocky conditions as they minimise any foundation settlement. This makes bored piling a preference for many design situations as they are able to be used many different foundations, thriving and in conditions that are fair to good, especially if there is no chance of any shallow water tables. The vertical loads used to make bored piling structures are conducive to environments were the soil is cohesive and where there is no issue with rock or soil removal. All of these factors make bored piling a great option in construction. If you are considering using bored piling for your construction site or want to find out more, the Piling Experts can help you find the right solution for your construction project.

Bored Piles

What makes up bored piling is a reinforced concrete foundation that is able to support structures using heavy vertical loads. The way bored piling is installed by casting it in to place on the construction site, differing from other types of concrete pile foundations which are normally pre-cast. A hole is drilled into the soil or foundation using special equipment that is fitted with specially designed drilling tools called a bored piling machine. It also has special buckets and grabs that remove the soil and rock to allow room for the installation. These screw piles are able to be drilled up to sixty metres deep into the soil and at a diameter up to 2.4 metres. Foundations made from bored piling methods are specifically used for buildings and other structures that require an increase load as they are able to handle loads that range into thousands of tons. These methods are also able to be used to create undergrounds structures and to reinforce earth if needed. Conventional methods of laying foundations can require a lot of extra planning, an increased amount of time and create a lot of mess that requires even more time, money and energy to discard. This is why bored piling is such a great alternative, as it is a method that requires less time, less money and can be completed with half the mess.

Why Use the Piling Experts?

Every project needs a good foundation, so you do not want to take any chances. If a foundation is not laid correctly or not installed properly, it can set back a project or if left unnoticed, can cause major issues down the line. That is why consulting with experts for your project to figure the best way to start will save you time, money and the fall-out from any issues that may arise from poorly installed or laid foundations. With over thirty years of industry experience in a range of projects Australia wide, including residential, commercial and mining, the Piling Experts are an educated source in all things structural. With a list of credits that range from government facilities, granny flats, hospitals, aged-care facilities, residential homes, high rises and commercial construction towers, the Piling Experts offer screw piling and bored piling throughout Sydney and the greater NSW region. Using a skilled team like the Piling Experts means that the foundations for your project can be laid in half the time, for half the money and half the mess- which is something that every project manager and planner can get behind. Get in touch with us so we can help find the best screw piling or bored piling options and get started on your new construction project as soon as possible.

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Bored piling for construction creates ideal circumstances, which is why it can be favoured over any conventional footings. Since bored piling does not require large excavations to be installed, any subsequent backfill is minimised which makes it an attractive choice for building sites.