Sheet Piling

Sheet piling is a form of driven piling using thin interlocking sheets of steel to obtain a continuous barrier in the ground.
Sheet piling is commonly used to retain boundary walls during construction in situations where the adjacent buildings are intolerant to the vibration that will occur during the installation process.

Normally, vibrating hammer, t-crane and crawle drilling are used to establish sheet piles. Sheet piling can be incorporated into the design of a project to be a sacrificial or permanent retaining element of construction and is able to penetrate depths of up to 24 metres depending on the geotechnical conditions of the site.