Helical piles deliver benefits over competing foundation systems including reduced environmental footprint, speed of installation and applications within diverse soil and environmental conditions.

Micropiles and tiebacks are a foundation element comprised of a small diameter pile constructed using a concrete/cement mix and steel reinforcement.

Shoring & Excavation support is the process of temporarily or permanently supporting an excavation. Shoring is often required to safely provide construction access and/or sequencing of construction.

Drilled Shafts or Caissons are a foundation element method that involves drilling a often "large" diameter hole into the ground. The construction consists of concrete and steel reinforcement arranged to a defined length.

Driven piles are long slender foundation elements which are driven into the ground by means of impact or vibration. Typical sections elements come in the form of round steel pipe, H-pile steel, precast concrete, or steel sheets.

Almita provides a wide range of geo-structural engineering design and consultative services such as Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) studies, Deep foundation design, Pile to super structure connection design, Load testing of piles.

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