Piling & Foundation Solutions

Bored Piles

Bored Piles in London

Open bore piling is used on larger and smaller-scale projects. The process consists of a rotating auger drill, which is drilled into the ground and withdrawn, whilst extracting the soil.

This process can be repeated until the desired depth is reached. A steel beam is then placed into the bored hole, which is filled with concrete to add reinforcement and secure the pile.

Geobond can carry out bored piling for your property. Our expertise and range of machinery ensure you can access a range of piling rigs with various lengths and diameters to suit your individual project.


Rotary Piling

Open bored piles are ideal for use on ground surfaces where there is no water underneath, such as soils like clay and silt.

Bored piling can support heavy structures through load bearing techniques, which takes place in the friction between the soil and surface of the pile shaft.

Despite use on large and small projects, open bore piling is relatively vibration and noise-free compared to other piling methods. This makes the process ideal for use on residential, populated or environmentally sensitive areas.

Rotary bored piling is capable of boring through deep layers of rock. High torque piling rigs can penetrate the toughest underground obstructions. The diameter of piles can range from 600-3,000mm, making the technique suitable for several projects and uses. Bored Piling can be used to create Pile Walls, such as a contiguous bored pile wall or secant pile walls.


Experienced bored pile contractors

Popular uses of bored piles include:

  • Underground structures
  • Retaining walls which require reinforcement
  • Constructions in populated areas
  • Multi-floor buildings


Advantages of open bore piling

There are many advantages to the Bored Piles process. These include:

  • Suitable for various ground conditions
  • Range of sizes of piles available – both length and width
  • Minium disturbance, noise and vibration.


Should you require any of our piling services or an initial survey to help decide the best piling method for your service, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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