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Bored Micropile Projects

Bored Micropile are small diameter piles ranging from 200mm to 300mm dia installed by drilling method. An assortment of drill heads, rods, tools are deployed and pumped water is used to flush out the bored soil medium. The final pile is formed by grouting the pre-fabricated steel cages (with multiples main rebars) from bottom up operation. It can reach depths in excess of 50m and anchoring into any soil stratum or rocks with a range of standard and purpose-built equipment in constraint spaces and buildings.

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Underpinning for Landed Residential

Operation Headroom 3200mm


ERSS support for new water mains

Operation Headroom 3200mm


HDB Electrical Substation A&A

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Compact drill rig for constraint sites

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Lift Pit A&A to existing building

Operation Headroom 3200mm

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Conserved Century Old Church A&A

Medium compact rig

Operation Headroom 6500mm


LTA North-South Corridor (Tunnel) Work

Preboring works


Welding of casing support for soft soil

4H with casing


Underpinning at Conserved shophouse

Operation Headroom:  3200mm

Minimum site width:  2000mm


Conserved shophouse

Rear A&A with medium compact rig

Operation Headroom:  7000mm

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Compact size machine for ReConstruction (RC) project

Medium compact rig

Operation Headroom:  9000mm

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