Grouted Anchors & Micropiles
Micropile installations can be used to to stabilize buildings, bridges, or highways and are often installed in difficult ground conditions, such as rock. An installation of grouted anchors involves a complex process of drilling into soil and or rock, inserting a steel bar, and filling the void with grout.
These steel bars are then connected to the structure or fastened to a horizontal whaler in the case of an earth retention system. These installations have a variety of tension and compression applications.