Ground Anchors in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, DRC Congo, Mozambique, Zambia, and the rest of the East African region.
Ground anchors are structural elements that are used to transmit an applied tensile force to the ground. They are commonly used in civil engineering and construction projects to provide stability and support to structures such as retaining walls, bridges, towers, and dams.
Ground anchors work by transferring the tensile load from the structure to the surrounding ground. They consist of a steel tendon or cable that is grouted into a pre-drilled hole in the ground. The anchor is then tensioned to create a force that resists the movement of the structure.
There are two main types of ground anchors: temporary and permanent. Temporary ground anchors are used for temporary structures such as scaffolding, while permanent ground anchors are used for long-term structures such as buildings and bridges.