Grouted Anchor & Micropile

Micropile 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. The results produce rock anchors and soil anchors. These steel bars are then connected to the structure or fastened to a horizontal whaler, in the case of an earth retention system, otherwise known as chance earth anchors, this whaler bar combination provides lateral support. This process is used as an uplift restraint system, earth retention system, or a variety of other applications.