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Deep Basements – Contiguous, Interlocking and Secant Piles

We have for many years been contracted to construct contiguous, interlocking and secant piles on inner city sites which are often difficult to access and sometimes relatively small and unsuitable for larger machines. The contiguous, interlocking or secant pile is typically used in the construction of new build basements, substructures in close proximity to existing structures requiring restraint and where working space is often limited. The technique avoids excessive excavation and assists in the control of ground movement. Our pile diameters range between 450mm and 950mm. Pile centres depend on the type of pile being constructed whether they are contiguous, interlocking or secant.

Unlike other piling contractors we also undertake substructure excavation, reinforcement and concrete works thus providing our clients with a one stop shop for deep basement and substructure works.

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Room Below, Retrofit Basements for family rooms, games rooms, utility rooms, study, home cinema or even a granny flat.
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