Bored pile


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Bored pile

A pile formed by pouring concrete into a hole in the ground, usually containing some steel reinforcing, as opposed to a pre-cast pile driven into the ground with a pile driver.

cast-in-place pile

A concrete pile which is concreted either with a casing or without a casing at its permanent location, as opposed to a precast concrete pile. cast-in-situ concrete Same as cast-in-place concrete.
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The complex work involved the installation of bored pile foundation with piles extending to depths of up to 25 metres in deep sea.
The largest value of bored pile settlement was obtained employing the analytical Bowles method.
Contract notice: New administration center citizen services - bored pile, earthworks and structural work with scaffolding and stonework (ve3200).
Bored Pile and Pile Cap upto Pedestal at Diamond Harbour Block (Zone-I) (or Mega Surface Water based Water Supply Scheme of Falla-Wlathurapur, Dint.
Essentially it concerns with the work put out to tender to the following services - Bored pile foundation, d = about 1.
Tenders are invited for Providing RCC cast - in - situ bored pile foundation 600 mm dia 2 Nos.
4, 800 mA excavation, 20 m bored pile foundation, 770 mA floor plate, 2 900 mA reinforced concrete slabs, 900 mA reinforced concrete exterior walls 1 500 mA reinforced concrete interior walls, 300 meters joists, 76 t Baustahlmatten, 120 t reinforcing steel bars.
Bored Pile & Pile Cap upto pedestal and laying distribution systems (LDS) including supply of all materials as required in Zone-I under Falta Block of Mega Surface water based water supply scheme for Falta-Mathurapur, District-South 24 Pgs.
Contract Awarded for Construction of substructure with bored pile foundation including superstructure (composite type) along with earthen approaches, retaining walls, road surfacing, dismantling of existing ROB along with approaches after commissioning of new ROB etc.
Bored piles are more popular in urban areas with minimal vibration.