Dewatering & Silent Piling provides an effective alternative to conventional methods of building sustaining walls like gravity walls, concrete piles, diaphragm walls, by using apparent steel sheet piles.

This has major advantages comparing to the conventional methods. The time reduction of the construction process is ensured by the speed of this method and by getting rid of different necessary stages for the classical methods. Final costs are significantly reduced by minimizing the excavation.

The appearance of the sheet pile wall can be very natural, fulfilling not only aesthetic criteria but also economic and ecological requirements. The steel sheet pile walls must match as much as possible the urban or rural landscape. The piles and can be painted, plated with wood, brick or stone, or masked by plants.

Steel Sheet Piles are structural elements typically used in geotechnical works, as retention walls. They replace Diaphragm Walls and Secant / Tangent Pilots and they are installed much faster and in many cases at a lower cost.
Diaphragm walls are subsurface reinforced concrete structures formed and cast in slurry trenches. Excavation is accomplished by digging panels along temporary guide walls using a mechanical or hydraulic clam shell attached to a rig or crane.
We execute concrete piles for ground improvement under the foundation and for retaining walls, having the following technologies: CFA – Continuous Flight Auger, CFA with Vibrated Casing, Screw Piles, Micropiles, Precast Concrete Piles.
Stone Columns installation is a convenient method for improvement of soft ground. Stone Columns are used to improve the infrastructure of roads, railways and buildings. We work with two technologies: Vibroflot Stone Columns, Geotextile Encased Stone Columns (Ringtrac®).
Dewatering Systems are installations that allow excavating and constructing foundations below groundwater level, thus enabling dry work surfaces. Our company performs several types of dewatering works.
We can install: Concrete Bulb Anchors, Duckbill Anchors (Metal Anchor), Tie-rods. Concrete Bulb Anchors are used to support retaining and support walls. Duckbill Anchors are used both for permanent and temporary cases.
Rigid inclusions are an economically advantageous form of land improvement. There are unreinforced concrete columns, installed to take vertical loads. Our teams can install Rigid Inclusions by vibration, using the Silent Piling method or using a drilling rig.