Onshore and Offshore Piling in Kenya and East Africa

Bored Cast In Situ Piles

Bored Piles are non-displacement piles capable of carrying large vertical loads and are particularly efficient and effective when boring into cohesive soils. Used in foundations of industrial complexes, bridges and flyovers.

Driven Piles

Driven Piles are of various shapes, make and sizes, these consist of Precast Piles, Steel Tubular Piles, H piles and Timber Piles. Used in a variety of soil conditions.

Soldier Piles and Lagging

Soldier piles and lagging retains soil, using vertical steel piles with horizontal lagging. Whether an open or low headroom site, SECO has the equipment and experience to design and construct the optimal solution. Supports excavations.

Sand Compaction Piles

Sand compaction piles are one of the potential methods for improving ground stability, preventing liquefaction, reducing settlement and similar applications. This method involves driving a hollow steel pipe into the ground.

King Piles

Contiguous/Secant Pile Wall pile techniques are very similar in concept with bored piles however can be completed by bored pile method or continuous flight auger method.

Ductile Iron Piles

Ductile Iron Piles are often used as an alternative to drilled micropiles, driven H-piles or steel pipe piles, helical piles and augercast piles to save foundation costs and accelerate project schedules.

Mini Piling

Mini Piling is a low vibration restricted access system. Ideally suited for small extensions or refurbishment work.

Micro Piles

They can be installed in soil, rock, cobbles and boulders, through man-made obstructions or in areas with high water tables to depths in excess of 60 metres (200 ft.)

Sheet Piles - Cofferdams (Temporary & Permanent)

Retaining system comprising of overlapping sections of uniform steel sheeting. Used for the construction of retaining walls, temporary shoring, cofferdams, docks, jetties, bridge abutments, flood & ocean protection, cut-off walls & more.

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