Shoring / Retaining Walls
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When your entire property doesn’t need to be excavated, retaining walls or shoring is a great solution.
Mostly used as a temporary measure to allow safe excavation, shoring is the process of supporting a building, structure, or trench with shores (props) when in danger of collapse or during alterations (for example, the construction of a basement) or repair. Afterwards the shoring become obsolete.
If your basement or excavation does not need to go all the way to the boundary, this process is much more cost-effective than contiguous piling.
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What we can do
Find out more about the range of services that On Point Piling can provide for projects across Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and Metropolitan area. Our expertly-trained On Point Piling team always strives to deliver the best solution for your unique needs with our trademark stamp of excellence.
Positioning bored piles to form a strong retaining wall around a site’s perimeter to provide structural support.
Drilling down to rock or bearings to stabilise or remedy foundations and eliminate foundation settlement.
Supporting a building, structure or trench with shores when in danger of collapse or during alterations.
Secant pile walls are formed by constructing intersecting reinforced (with either steel rebar or beams) concrete piles.
Transferring concrete with a line pump machine when a regular concrete truck cannot reach the location.
Providing structural support with a machine when clay, rock and water table ground conditions are encountered.