Bored pile

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.
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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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He was referring to the construction of a building in that Manila district where a bored pile was used.
This made the curve exhibited by TP-3 generally flatter than that of TP-6, which implicated that the bored pile constructed underwater might destroy the structure of the residual soil.
The complex work involved the installation of bored pile foundation with piles extending to depths of up to 25 metres in deep sea.