So what are Screwpiles?

Screwpiles are a steel screw-in piling and ground anchoring system used for building foundations. They are manufactured using varying sizes of tubular hollow sections for the pile or anchors shaft.

They are wound into the ground much like a screw into wood. Screwpiles are installed using various earthmoving equipment fitted with rotary hydraulic attachments.

Why choose Screw Piling?

Screwpiles provide a cost-effective and practical alternative to traditional building foundations. They are quick to install and are re-usable.

Suitable for all soil types, screw piling has a vibration free installation with minimal noise. There is no messy clean up and piles can accept full load immediately after installation. Why wouldn't you choose screw piling?

Successful Solutions

Recently Screw Piling Qld received a request for help with a building that was designed overhanging the water.

 

After consideration of the surrounding area and the building plans, Screw Piles were installed directly
into the wall of the dam, stablising the entire structure.

Not only was this a successful solution, but it was by far the most cost effective method as well.