Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

Cast In Drilled Holes

 

Also called caissons, drilled shafts, drilled piers, Cast-in-drilled-hole piles (CIDH piles) or Cast-in-Situ piles. Rotary boring techniques are larger diameter piles than any other piling method and permit pile construction through particularly dense or hard strata. Construction methods depend on the geology of the site. In particular, whether boring is to be undertaken in 'dry' ground conditions or through water-logged but stable strata - i.e. 'wet boring'.