Universal, environmentally friendly
Building foundations in infills: The benefits of manoeuvrable equipment and short execution times in urban areas. Wall-thickness pile structures can generate significant savings on foundation concrete.
Foundations of prefabricated buildings: Piles integrated into small sleeve foundations for safe dissipation of load. Ideal for lightweight constructions due to sensitivity to settlement and settlement differences. Wind and frame loads are safely directed to the ground.
Foundations of bridge thrust blocks: Quick and easy conversion process. Torque is dissipated through pile blocks and horizontal forces are dissipated through diagonally positioned piles.
Pipeline foundations: In substrates with a low load-bearing capacity, to prevent non-permissible settlement in canal and water pipeline construction. Software-supported size calculations for pile-supported pipe systems.
Protecting slopes at risk of slipping, ski slope preparation. As an additional or urgent measure, the piles can be installed in any position from vertical to virtually horizontal to achieve complete stability.
Silo foundations, rotating tower cranes, electricity and transmission masts: Pressure and tension load. Tall constructions exposed to cyclical wind loads are built on pile block foundations with additional tension reinforcement.
Construction trench protection
Trench lining walls adjacent to old building. The piles are embedded into the load-bearing substrate under the construction trench floor, and are joined to an anchored steel-reinforced concrete belt in the head area.
Foundations for clarifying basins, underpasses and construction trenches within the groundwater level fluctuation range. The concrete base is secured by additional embedded tension reinforcement to prevent uplift.
Underpinning existing buildings: In halls and buildings, old foundations may need to be reinforced or new foundations may need to be built retrospectively at limited working heights, in order to accommodate additional loads.