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Sheet Piles

Sheet piling is a form of driven piling using thin interlocking sheets of steel to obtain a continuous barrier in the ground. Its main application is in retaining walls and cofferdams erected to enable permanent work to proceed. Normally, vibrating hammer, t-crane and crawler drilling are used to establish sheet piles.
 

Why Use Sheet Piles

  • Economy of scale
  • Temporary shoring
  • Longevity of retention wall

Drawbacks

  • Vibration
  • Noise
 

Piles at Work

Click here to learn how the Team Elmer's sheet piling gurus simultaneously pounded 47-foot tall sheet piles into the ground in a perfect 22-foot diameter circle.