Caisson pile

Caisson pile

A cast-in-place concrete pile, made by driving a steel tube into the earth, excavating it, and filling it with concrete.

caisson pile

A cast-in-place pile; made by driving a tube into the ground, emptying the tube, then filling with concrete.
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