Retaining Walls

Retaining walls

Retaining walls are used for holding back soil so an area can be excavated. They can be constructed with small spaces using either bored piles or sheet piles being determined by the nature and condition of the soil itself and the site conditions. Contiguous pile walls are an innovative way to build retaining walls.

They are formed by a series of drilled shafts and are used primarily where there are unsuitable ground conditions for sheet piles or nearby property preventing driving piles. Bored pile walls are attractive near buildings, roads and other sensitive structures because of the lack of noise and vibration during the construction.

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I would just like to thank yourself for your rapid response to our situation we found ourselves in for the requirement for piling and the hard effort carried out by your work force in what can only be said as challenging weather conditions. Going forward we will now have a solid platform to proceed with the construction of our extension project.

Private Client in Halifax

Really impressed with your work Mark and massive credit to the lad who was on site, he was a definite asset to your company. Pleasant polite and helpful. Many thanks again for sorting it all out for me.

Builder on a Domestic Extension in Leeds.

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