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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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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