Precast pile

Precast pile

A concrete pile that is cast and subsequently driven, as opposed to one cast in place.
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precast pile

Any reinforced concrete pile which is not cast in its final position.
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Lai, "Measured and predicted response of a new jetted and grouted precast pile with membranes in cohesionless soils," Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, vol.
Wilmington, Mass.-based Shea Concrete Products manufactured 15 precast pile caps for the pier, measuring 3-ft., 9-in.
All elements of the precast pile caps and columns were cast on site and handled directly by gantry crane or barge crane.
To mitigate the environmental impacts of heavy equipment on the Reedy Creek wetlands at the Animal Kingdom Entrance to Disney World, Walt Disney Imagineering committed to a top-down construction process using precast pile caps, prefabricated deck planks, and steel pipe piles.
rock on the lake side and below the elevation of the wall footings, and stabilizing the banks with rock, the crew was finally successful in preparing the base to receive the precast pile.
A total of 3,100 precast piles and root piles were required for the foundation works alone.