Earlier this summer we received a phone call from a client who had recently hired a local company to construct a small deck. The deck was supported by 2 impact driven mini piles in very wet clay soils. After the … Continue reading →
One of the advantages of our small installation equipment is the ability to maneuver into not-so-easy-to-reach places in order to repair failing foundations. Here, our R2D machine is installing new helical piers to support an existing deck. ... See MoreSee Less
Enjoyed watching this installation - great work!!
This is a cool advertisement. I thought I recognized that building. I offloaded that building in Anchorage. My colleagues wired it. The FAA installation division that purchased and wired that building is where I work. The FAA has lots of these jobs each year. We are rapidly switching to these foundations. Thanks for sharing. You should stop my our shop and talk with us this winter.
Two more examples of how we can access tight spaces in order to install helical piers for new construction or repairs. Our smallest piece of installation equipment can squeeze through gates and doors and doesn't destroy your landscaping. ... See MoreSee Less