- Shoring/Sacrificial Retaining - is the process of supporting a building during it's construction. They are commonly used when installing the foundation of a building. A shoring system such as piles and concrete panels will support the surrounding loads until the underground levels of the building are constructed.
- Screw in Piles - are a ground anchoring system used for building foundations and sewer support. They are cost efficiencies are easy to install and there is less soil displacement during installation.
- Contiguous piles - are often used in permanent applications. Structural piles are installed at close proximity with minimal gap between piles. The soil is therefore exposed during excavation but will often self support temporarily due to “arching”. This method is suitable in a variety of soils where groundwater lies below the maximum excavation depth.
- Uplift piles - used to resist uplift loads.
- Underpinning piles - process of strengthening the foundation of existing building or structure.
- General earthworks