cast-in-place pile

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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According to Zarco, the damage could be caused by a failure in the excavation of a bored or barrette pile, a cast-in-place pile that forms part of the foundation of certain structures.
Some specific topics include testing of auger cast-in-place piles, lessons from test and production programs for driven piles in sand, small diameter drive pipe piles in Seattle, and design and testing of piles in a telecommunications project in Morocco.