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Resources and Project Experiences from Recent Publications and Technical Briefs

Resources and Project Experiences from Recent Publications and Technical Briefs

Project teams across North America continue to add value with Ductile Iron Piles on some very interesting projects. We are fortunate that our customers enjoy sharing their project experiences as much as we do! In 2022, we teamed with some of these customers to prepare case histories, technical papers and white papers […]

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Take a look at some of our interesting projects from 2022

Take a look at some of our interesting projects from 2022

As 2022 draws to a close, DuroTerra reflects on some of our more interesting projects from the past year. Thanks to all the engineers, designers, and contractors that helped make 2022 our busiest year ever. We are already looking forward to 2023 to provide you with Ductile Iron Pile products […]

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CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – GeoStructures, Inc.

CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – GeoStructures, Inc.

CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – GeoStructures, Inc. In this month’s DuroTerra Dialogue, we spotlight one of our long-standing design/build installers who has been working with DuroTerra on projects using TRM’s Ductile Iron Piles for over 7 years. GeoStructures, Inc. was established in 1995 and provides design-build construction services for foundation support (displacement […]

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CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – Phoenix Foundation Company, Inc.

CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – Phoenix Foundation Company, Inc.

CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – Phoenix Foundation Company, Inc. As we continue our DuroTerra Contractor Spotlight, we turn your attention back to the Northeast U.S. where our friends at Phoenix Foundation Company, Inc. operate out of Uxbridge, Massachusetts. Phoenix Foundation Company, Inc. (Phoenix) was started in 2018 and specializes in a variety of geotechnical construction […]

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CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – Peterson Contractors, Inc.

CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – Peterson Contractors, Inc.

CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – Peterson Contractors, Inc. This month, DuroTerra’s Contractor Spotlight focuses on Peterson Contractors, Inc. headquartered in Reinbeck, Iowa. Founded in 1964, Peterson Contractors, Inc. (PCI) is a ground improvement and heavy civil/highway contractor. PCI has been a trusted partner on over 9,000 projects throughout the United States. PCI is one of the […]

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CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – Earth Tech, LLC

CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – Earth Tech, LLC

CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – Earth Tech, LLC This month, DuroTerra’s Contractor Spotlight focuses on Earth Tech, LLC headquartered in Land O’ Lakes, Florida. Originally founded in 1991 by Ron & Lewis Broadrick, Earth Tech has recently been acquired by Menard Group. Earth Tech operates throughout the Southeast with engineering and contracting licenses in Florida, […]

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CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – Helical Drilling, Inc.

CONTRACTOR SPOTLIGHT – Helical Drilling, Inc.

By now, our regular Dialogue readers know how Ductile Iron Piles from DuroTerra compare to traditional deep foundations and you also know that designers across the country specify Ductile Iron Piles with great confidence. To bring these design concepts to reality, DuroTerra is fortunate to work with a network of […]

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Ductile Iron Piles – Common General Contractor Myths

Ductile Iron Piles – Common General Contractor Myths

Our Ductile Iron Pile myth series is now shifting from the design-focused myths (geotechnical myths, structural myths) to comments pertaining to general contractors that address some of the more practical aspects of using Ductile Iron Piles on your project. The following are a few of the ideas we’ve heard: General Contractor Myth […]

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Ductile Iron Piles – Common Structural Myths

Ductile Iron Piles – Common Structural Myths

We tackled common Geotechnical Myths in last month’s DuroTerra Dialogue. We’re shifting gears this month to present common Structural Myths or misunderstandings about the Ductile Iron Pile system. Here are a few that we’ve seen raised. Structural Myth 1: The Ductile Iron Pile Bell and Spigot (Plug & Drive) Connection creates a […]

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Ductile Iron Piles – Common Geotechnical Myths

Ductile Iron Piles – Common Geotechnical Myths

Continuing our look at common myths or misunderstandings about the Ductile Iron Pile system, we explore a number of the common geotechnical myths raised by customers. Geotechnical Myth 1: Ductile Iron Piles are only for end-bearing applications going to bedrock. Driving Ductile Iron Piles (DIPs) to rock for end-bearing applications is preferred […]

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