Augered pile | Article about augered pile by The Free Dictionary
A concrete pile which is cast-in-place in a hole drilled by an auger; may be belled at the bottom; suitable in dry soil.
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can be installed quickly and inexpensively, and are a viable alternative to driven piles or drilled shafts for certain foundation applications.