Driven Cast-in-Situ piles (DCIS) in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, DRC Congo, Mozambique, Zambia, and the rest of the East African region.
Driven Cast-in-Situ (DCIS) piles are a type of foundation piles that are installed by driving a steel casing into the ground using a drop hammer, vibratory hammer, or hydraulic hammer, and then casting concrete into the hole while slowly withdrawing the casing. The piles are reinforced with steel bars and can support heavy loads, making them useful for construction projects in areas with challenging soil conditions.
- Building and Construction: DCIS piles are commonly used to support buildings, apartments, and other structures.
- Infrastructure: DCIS piles are used to support bridges, highways, tunnels, and other infrastructure projects.
- Energy and Utilities: DCIS piles are used to support wind turbines, power plants, and other utility projects.
- Mining: DCIS piles are used in the mining industry to support mine shafts, tunnels, and other infrastructure.
- Oil and Gas: DCIS piles are used in the oil and gas industry to support offshore drilling platforms and other infrastructure.
Overall, DCIS piles can be used in any application where deep foundations are required to support heavy loads and ensure the stability and safety of the structure.