Bored Piles

Bored piles are cylindrical reinforced-concrete structural elements that are drilled (bored) and casted-in-place into subsurface depths of about 70 meters, or more in some cases. In diameters usually ranging from 500 to 2500 millimeters, bored piles are widely used in various infrastructures whose structural loads are required to be supported and founded into deep strata.