Support from the Surface Down

Most commonly used to support deep excavations and slope retention, shoring typically is a top down process that can be either temporary or permanent for shoring and the retention of soils.

Understanding the project requirements and soil conditions, the most appropriate shoring system and design will be selected. In many cases, the shoring system is designed to shore and retain the adjacent soils, while assisting in cutting off ground water during excavations.

We economically design and construct shoring systems safely from 1.5 m to 90 m in depth, and engineer for strength and security. Shoring can consist of:

  • secant piling
  • soldier pile and lagging
  • sheet piles
  • soil nails
  • shotcrete