Micro/Mini Piles

Micro/Mini Piles in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, DRC Congo, Mozambique, Zambia, and the rest of the East African region.

Micro piles and mini piles are types of small-diameter foundation piles that are typically used in construction projects where space is limited or access is difficult. Micro piles are typically less than 12 inches (30 cm) in diameter, while mini piles are typically between 12 and 24 inches (30-60 cm) in diameter. They are often made of steel or concrete and are drilled deep into the ground to provide support for structures such as buildings, bridges, or retaining walls.

Our services include:

  • Design and engineering of micro/mini pile solutions based on the specific project requirements and soil conditions.
  • Installation of micro/mini piles using specialized drilling equipment and techniques, including grouting and anchoring, to provide the required load capacity and stability.
  • Testing and verification of the load-bearing capacity of the installed piles to ensure they meet the design specifications and project requirements.
  • Maintenance and repair of existing micro/mini piles to address any issues related to corrosion, settlement, or other forms of deterioration.
  • Consulting and advisory services related to micro/mini pile solutions, including feasibility studies, cost estimates, and project planning.
  • Collaboration with other contractors, such as general contractors and engineers, to provide a comprehensive foundation solution for a specific project.

Some of the common applications of Micro/Mini piles are:

  1. Foundation support for small buildings or structures
  2. Stabilization of slopes and embankments
  3. Reinforcement of existing foundations or structures
  4. Support of retaining walls or abutments
  5. Bridge foundations and abutments
  6. Underpinning of existing structures to prevent settlement or sinking.

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