Quieter Method of Removing Redundant Existing Piling

This company implemented a quieter method of removing redundant existing piling which has a driven enclosure casing sleeve facilitating the pulling of the piles without having to noisily break or excavate them with the advantages of low noise and dust reduction.

The traditional method requires additional concrete to be overpoured above the cut off level by the piling contractor. This method requires additional waste concrete, utilises additional equipment and time to break down the piles and also introduces a safety risk of hand-arm vibration when manually trimming the piles to the correct level.

This new method uses less concrete, reduces equipment costs, reduces need for manual breaking as well as reducing noise, dust and vibration levels.

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Monitor Report. Laing O'Rourke. London. July 2020


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