Bored Pile Contractor in Essex

With an immense experience of over two decades, Mini Piling Essex is your go-to bored pile contractor in Essex. Our expert engineers and modern piling rigs are capable of working in the most drastic environmental and soil conditions. We have successfully completed hundreds of piling contracts over the long history of our services.

Contact us to avail of the top bored pile installation services in Essex for your domestic and commercial projects.

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How Do We Construct Bored Piles?

Our engineers employ a meticulous procedure from design to construction to achieve the highest results. This is how we execute our bored piling services:

  1. A detailed geotechnical investigation is conducted to evaluate soil conditions and devise a drilling and construction strategy.
  2. Pile design is created based on load calculations and soil conditions. The design contains the details of diameter, length and other pile characteristics.
  3. A vertical borehole is drilled into the ground up to a pre-determined depth. Depending upon the suitable drilling technique, different types of drilling rigs can be used.
  4. Temporary casing may be installed based on the devised drilling technique, which can be removed after the construction process is complete.
  5. The radial pile cage is installed and positioned properly into the borehole once the design depth is achieved.
  6. The concrete is poured into the borehole as the final step of the piling. It is then cured for 4 weeks to achieve maximum compressive strength.
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Construction Techniques We Use

Mini Piling Essex deploys the latest state-of-the-art piling rigs that use multiple drilling techniques and can work with every type of soil and environmental conditions. Our techniques include:

  • Rotary Bored Piling
  • Continuous Flight Auger Piling (CFA)
  • Single Flight Auger Piling (SFA)
  • Steel Case Driven Piling (SCD)
  • Full Displacement Piling (FDP)

Why Do You Need Expert Bored Piling Contractors?

There are multiple challenges requiring expert engineers to design and construct bored piles. However, our engineers are fully equipped, skilled and experienced to overcome all challenges a bore piling project poses. These challenges include:

  • A thorough soil investigation is required to understand the soil type and condition for devising the best drilling method.
  • Contractors have to make sure they cause minimum disturbance to the nearby soil if it is loose, soft or sensitive.
  • Additional support may be required if the borehole extends below the groundwater table. This becomes a big challenge if the soil is cohesionless, like sandy soils.
  • If the soil is cohesionless, the drilling and construction can become extremely complicated and messy.

Advantages of Bored Piles

Bored piles come with multiple advantages, some of which are listed below:

  • They can be extended to any depth to reach resilient strata and avoid seasonal moisture variation.
  • These piles are generally end-bearing and highly suitable for swelling, compressible, and soft soils.
  • Bored piles do not require extensive excavation and backfilling and offer higher bearing capacities.
  • Since they are end-bearing, these piles do not pose any significant impact on the adjacent soil layers.
  • Construction of bored piles creates extremely low noise and vibration as compared to other methods.

Mini Piling Essex – Contact Us

Mini Piling Essex is a highly experienced bored pile contractor in Essex with a staggering two decades of experience. We have the latest technology piling rigs and a qualified and expert team of engineers to efficiently carry out a bored piling project in any soil and environmental conditions. Contact us today to create a sound foundation for your dream house.

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Bored piles or cast in-situ piles are constructed by drilling a borehole into the ground and filling it with steel and concrete. These piles rest on a resilient soil stratum to transfer the building loads to the soil.

There is no specific limit on the length of the bored piles. They can go up to and beyond 60m into the ground, depending upon the soil and design specifications.

Bored piles are constructed with composite materials, using steel reinforcement for tensile strength and concrete for compressive strength.