Our skilled engineers provide a reliable service to create solid and stable foundation bases for any size development. Using the latest technology, our teams carefully execute each task according to the technical specifications to ensure trenches are precisely excavated and piling is carried out to the desired depth. This process ensures lasting strength in construction, eliminating risks of subsidence or fill-in.
Strip foundations are used to support shallow foundations, and are typically constructed of reinforced concrete. Strip foundations are typically placed directly on the ground and are designed to distribute the load of the structure over a larger area.
Spread footings are widely used in civil engineering for transferring the load of a structure to the supporting soil. The footings are typically constructed of reinforced concrete, and spread out at the base to distribute the weight of the structure over a larger area.
Slab foundations are also used in to transfer the load of a structure to the supporting soil. Slab foundations are constructed of reinforced concrete and are typically placed directly on the ground.
Mat foundations can be used in large heavy civil engineering projects.Typically constructed of reinforced concrete, Mat foundations are large reinforced concrete slabs used to support heavy loads such as tall buildings and bridges. They are designed to spread the load over a large area and reduce the amount of settlement. Mat foundations are also used to reduce differential settlement between columns and walls.
Pile foundations are used when the soil is not strong enough to support the load of a structure. Piles, which are driven or cast into the ground, transfer the load of the structure to a stronger layer of soil or rock.
A caisson is a watertight retaining structure that is used to excavate below the water table. The structure is typically constructed of reinforced concrete and is filled with concrete or other material to form a solid base for the structure. Drilled shafts, also known as caissons, are formed by drilling, excavating, and reinforcing a deep, circular hole in the ground. The shaft is typically constructed of reinforced concrete and is designed to support heavy load.