The construction of bored cast in situ concrete piles are formed by drilling by Hydrulic rig and then reinforcement is placed and concrete is poured into the hole.
Bored piles can be installed in very long lengths and be of large diameter. The on-situ cost of boring is relatively small in comparison to driven piles, thereby offering a more economic piling opportunity for smaller sites.
Bored piles are not economic in granular soils where loosening and disturbance of surrounding ground can cause excessive removal of soil and induce settlement in the surrounding area.
Piles can used for Shoring purpose/Foundation piles for Buildings/Marine Structures/Metro projects.