Drilled displacement is a rotary-installed deep foundation system utilizing reinforced, cast-in-place concrete for heavily-loaded foundations.
Installed by advancing a specially-designed drilling tool with a high-torque, high-crowd rotary drill rig.
Soil is displaced laterally during auger advancement, densifying soils and leading to higher axial pile capacities.
- Economical – Smaller diameter, shorter lengths than traditional drilled or driven piles.
- Efficient – Schedule-friendly production rates.
- Strength – Increased pile skin friction leads to higher capacity. Higher Capacity = Less Piles = Lower Cost
- Minimal Spoils – Eliminates auger spoil cleanup and disposal costs. Great for environmentally-sensitive soils.
- Silent – Eliminates vibration and noise. Use near sensitive structures.
- Value Engineering – Turnkey design of your deep foundation system using Drilled Displacement Piles.