BORED CAST IN SITU PILES

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Bored cast in situ pile is constructed by digging a hole in the ground by suitable means such as percussive or rotary method with the use of temporary or permanent casing or drilling mud. After that, the construction is finalized by filling the hole with reinforced concrete.

We are the first piling contractor to have constructed piles as large as 2000mm in diameter. Such sizes were warranted in some of the projects we undertook, which are now renowned as key landmark buildings in Sri Lanka. These include John Keells’ Holdings Cinnamon Life and 606 The Address.