Augercast

Augercast pilings are an excellent way to form a continuous earth retention wall or bearing pile where vibration may be a problem.  Augercast pilings are formed by an auger drilled into the ground and grout injected from the bottom up to replace the soil removed.

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The Romeo United Method Church in Romeo, Michigan was a particular concern for the architects and engineers.  The church foundation was over 150 years old, and could withstand no vibration.  The augercast method was the perfect solution for their problem.
Romeo United Methodist Church, Romeo, MI
 
The Troy School District, in Troy, Michigan needed to add classrooms to their existing high school.  The construction had to make minimal noise and no vibration so the existing classrooms were not disrupted.  The augercast method was a perfect solution for their bearing piles.
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