Our Solar Pile Driver back home after successful PV Module tracker pile foundation drilling works for the construction of 40 MW Malindi solar photovoltaic project by Sterling and Wilson. Our Ground Engineering experience includes onshore / offshore bored and driven piles, concrete/steel piles, quay walls, cofferdams, jetties, slipways and mooring dolphins.
We successfully completed the fabrication of 3 Bentonite telescopic tanks for our pile foundation operations. The tanks are normally used in the preparation, curing and puriﬁcation of bentonite slurry, a special mixture used to stabilize the sides of a borehole during drilling: preventing the soils from caving in.
Bored cast in-situ piling ongoing at the Crystal Rivers Mall and Gated Community in Athi River, Machakos County. The 600 mm Diameter Bored cast in-situ piles totaling to 184 in number, will be drilled under phase 2 of the mixed use “Live, Work n Play” development project by the Safaricom Staff Pension Scheme. Our skilled
28th of February was marked by a celebrative ceremony attended by the Board of directors of Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) at Kisumu during the handover of the recently completed oil supply jetty. The 95m long, 4.5m wide jetty with 8 dolphins was successfully constructed and delivered by SECO, complete with piping and full instrumentation, within
Steel tubular piling at the proposed Kenya Maritime Authority (KMA) office complex in Mombasa. The driving of 256 foundation piles will provide increased strength, stability and rigidity to the 15-floor building that will house KMA’s headquarters. For many years now, SECO has been installing piles for an extremely wide range of applications; consequently, this has