Cast In Drilled Hole Piles

 
 
 

Bored piles are the most versatile and used technology in deep foundations around the world.

Why? Because drilling diameters do not have limits, no permanent - and expensive - steel casing is required. Bored piles can be installed through layers of solid rock and other debris with no vibration and very little noise. Plus, depths can reach more than 80 metres, making them suitable for almost any job.

Henry Drilling can provide you with a quality drilled shaft in all types of drilling conditions. Whether it means using drilling slurry to keep the holes open or installing full-depth temporary casings, we have the equipment needed to get the job done on schedule and on budget.

Whether it is small diameter piles with 100' depth or larger diameter piles in excess of 200' depth, we will be able to assess if drilled shafts can save you money.

TYPICAL HOLE DIAMETERS ARE 16 INCHES TO 144 INCHES

TYPICAL HOLE DEPTHS RANGE FROM 10 FEET TO 200 FEET

Using our casing spinner, we can screw temporary casings (such as this 5' diameter one) into the ground and remove them.

Using our casing spinner, we can screw temporary casings (such as this 5' diameter one) into the ground and remove them.

The Soilmec SR-30 works a temporary casing into the ground during a recent contract.

The Soilmec SR-30 works a temporary casing into the ground during a recent contract.


Owners Barry Henry (right) and Don Henry strategize during a recent drilled shaft contract.

Owners Barry Henry (right) and Don Henry strategize during a recent drilled shaft contract.