A drilled pier is a deep foundation solution. It is also referred to as a drilled shaft, caisson, bored pile, or cast-in-drilled-hole pile. Learn more in this article.
Wondering About Pier Drilling?
It is true that without a strong and well-built foundation, no structure can stand. No matter the building’s purpose, size or even beauty, the unseen foundation elements are most critical to an enduring structure.
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Lassiter recently completed a pier drilling project for a new solar panel array above a parking lot. (See our Instagram profile for clips of the work.) We drilled the holes and constructed the concrete forms for the stanchions on which the solar panels would be installed.
Pier Drilling for Bay Area Solar Panel Installations
Pier drilling is a method used for drilling deep holes or shafts in the earth to construct the concrete foundations that this solar panel installation and similar projects need. Continue reading “What is Pier Drilling and what are the Advantages?”
Pier drilling is a drilling method used for drilling deep holes in the earth for constructing concrete cylindrical foundations.
A pier drilling company uses this drilling method mainly to transfer the load of the building to the subsurface layers of the earth at different depths. Continue reading “What is Pier Drilling and What are the Advantages”