Concrete Lifting Company   St. George  - 435-236-8423  Main/Sandy - 801-604-2614  Serving All Of Utah


Concrete repair, concrete lifting, concrete services in Cedar City utah
Pre-Construction Pressure Grout Micro-Piling Pre-construction micro piles increase the value of a new home or building them during construction, preventing downward settlement of heaving before it starts. By monitoring hydraulic pressure, micro-piles are load tested as they are installed. Pre- construction micro-piles are easy and cost-effective to install. The capacity of each pile is accurately measuring using installation torque and can be installed under any weather condition. Micro-piles are a good option when an addition to an existing structure is desired. The Field work for a typical house can be done in 1-2 days. Micro-piles are small diameter piles, typically 2-6 inches in diameter, which can be installed in almost any type of soil where piles are needed. In areas where conventional methods cannot be used such as restricted access or low headroom areas, micro-piles are a good solution and are appropriated for a wide range of ground conditions. Every project will have different soil and load requirements, so a range of micro pile solutions is necessary. We offer a variety of solutions most appropriate for each situation. When building your new home, castle, commercial build or whatever you have in mind, we highly recommend that you take the time and spend the money to have a Geotechnical Engineering report completed for you building site. We will be more than happy to provide you a list of Geotechnical Engineers that will be able to meet your needs. We install micro-piles for new construction or retrofitting with an existing foundation. Micro piles can be used in soil or bedrock and cause little disturbance to existing structures, soil and the surrounding environment. Advantages: Can be used in tension and compression Micro-piles can be used in virtually and ground condition Minimal vibration Minimal space requirements for installation Installation technique adapts well to awkward shapes High grout pressures can be achieved Improved anchoring capacities and reduced settlement Minimum grout cover, maximum corrosion protection Higher shear resistance than a solid rod of same cross-section Very economical Can be used as a ground improvement pile without a physical connection to the foundation .