Pile Driving - On Land and Water
We offer new steel piles up to 18 inch in diameter.
Dillercorp can generally perform the work without the need to tear apart your dock.
We offer the choice of driving over an existing wood pile with a steel pile.
or setting a steel sleeve over the existing pile.
Drilling - Rock Socketed Piles:
Dillercorp can bore into soft stone such as sandstone and obtain a deep and stable socket for the pile to sit in. These piles are then grouted in place afterwards with a non shrink metallic grout
We offer 3 types of hammers:
a) 60 Ton Vibratory hydraulic hammer. This hammer is mounted on our 25 ton John Deere Excavator. It can drive piles up to 18 inches in certain cases. It commonly drives 6 to 14 inch round pile,many types of wide flange and steel, composite and vinyl sheet pile. It easily slices through clays, sand, gravels, glacial till etc. It a quiet hammer and can sink a 12 inch pile 20 feet in less than 3 minutes .
b) 800 lbs pneumatic hammer. This hammer can drive 12 inch steel and wood piles, Sheet pile and H pile ( wide flange ) and can obtain 5 KIP of force.
c) 150 lbs pneumatic hammer for tight work under structures. This hammer can drive steel and wood piles up to 3.5 inches in diameter including horizontal tie rods for bulkhead anchor systems. It can obtain 1 KIP of force.
We also offer Helical Pile driving as certified Pier Tech pile installers.
Pier Tech Helical Piles and Tie Backs.
... Whether you are considering building a new house or lifting the foundation of a sinking home a helical pile could offer you a lot of support.
If your basement wall is bulging or perhaps your seawall the helical tie back might be just what you need.
Both the Helical Pile and the TieBack do not require grout or concrete. Once placed they are ready for building upon immediately as they do not disturb the soil. Finally the drive head is very quiet and can be used on the mini excavator or dismounted and used remotely with a power pack.