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DuroTerra Dialogue: Too much Tension?!?! – Not for Ductile Iron Piles

DuroTerra Dialogue: Too much Tension?!?! – Not for Ductile Iron Piles

Too much Tension?!?! – Not for Ductile Iron Piles There’s so much tension in the world these days. No – we’re not talking about the tension caused by global pandemic stresses or political differences. We’re talking about the tension on foundations caused by increased seismic overturning loads, wind pressures, retaining wall […]

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DuroTerra Dialogue: Micropiles Made Simple

DuroTerra Dialogue: Micropiles Made Simple

Micropiles Made Simple. Micropiles fill a niche in geotechnical construction to address sites with challenges including vibration concerns, overhead clearance restrictions and heavily-obstructed conditions. But you often hear words like complicated, expensive, slow, messy, dangerous associated with micropile installations. Did you know that Ductile Iron Piles (DIPs) are being used […]

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DuroTerra Dialogue: Don’t get hung up on helical piles

DuroTerra Dialogue: Don’t get hung up on helical piles

Don’t get hung up on helical piles! Helical piles are used for underpinning of existing structures and for new construction of boardwalks and lightly loaded buildings. Like any piling system, there can be limitations that impact the overall benefit. We often hear these concerns from design professionals and contractors on projects utilizing […]

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The Ductile Iron Pile System: A Cost-Effective Alternative to Traditional Micropiles

The Ductile Iron Pile System: A Cost-Effective Alternative to Traditional Micropiles

What challenges are you facing on your project? Working close to existing structures Constrained site Concerned about pile vibrations from driving These are common reasons why project teams have specified drilled micropiles for foundation support. Drilled micropiles may be unavoidable at some sites, however many projects can benefit from a […]

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