Peters Piles Contiguous Piling

Contiguous piling is a method of installing piles closely together in a sequence by drilling 1 pile, missing 2 piles and drilling the third pile and so on. After the first series of piles has been filled with steel reinforcement and concrete the piles in between can be drilled and filled and after the next sequence the final piles can be drilled and poured, normally a capping beam is formed up on top of the piles and steel is tied to the piles and concrete is poured creating a solid foundation with a platform to build on.

Our contiguous piling services can be used as perimeter piles for blocks of units to create underground parking, they can also be used for swimming pools, basements, garages, lift shafts, and retaining walls.