Embedded Retaining Walls

An embedded retaining wall is one that penetrates, and obtains lateral support from, the ground at its base.

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Embedded Retaining Walls

An embedded retaining wall is a relatively thin structure that’s bending capacity is significant in supporting the retained material. The walls can be made up of steel, reinforced concrete or timber and are supported by anchorages, struts and earth pressure. They can be either temporary or permanent and take two forms: contiguous or secant.

The Process

Contiguous walls are made from piles installed in a row giving an earth retention system for dry ground. Secant walls are similar, however, they are overlapped and form and interlock through the excavation which inhibits ground water movement during the process.

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We offer comprehensive solutions to enable all work, from site hoarding to construction of the substructure foundations.

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Attentive risk management

Our contractors are trained to operate in specialist conditions that can make piling more difficult, for example when there is poor ground condition. They handle the job with the highest standards of quality and safety.

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Experienced piling contractors

Our team of piling contractors have worked on foundations and retaining walls for a range of clients. View our catalogue of work.

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