Here at Rhino Piling we have worked on a number of commercial projects; such as installing piles for a new substation at Salford Royal Hospital; installing a pile cap at Connahs Quay Power Station for a vertical transformer as well as many other commercial and residential properties.
We provide the secure foundations to support structures of varying sizes and shapes securing a sufficient bearing capacity to ensure that each and every building we work with is safe and secure, and free from any subsidence.
We also help to amend faulty foundations on buildings suffering from subsidence to help bring stability back, once again, to homes and commercial buildings, and helping owners avoid costly damages further down the line.
We offer full support to our commercial clients from liaising with the structural engineer about site restrictions and suitable piling methods for each site on an individual basis, in order to do this we conduct site visits and liaise with all involved with the project in order to come up with the most suitable piling solution in regards to time and space constraints, and of course, to be able to provide the best quality service for any available budget.
The team here at Rhino Piling are always available to offer advice on Piling. All of our staff either hold an NVQ Level 2 in piling or are working towards one as a minimum.
We have worked on a number of projects to deadlines due to the sensitive nature of the site and to minimise down time. We offer our services across the whole North West, get in touch with us today if you have any questions or queries regarding piling solutions in your area.
Why use Piling?
Mini piling causing minimum noise and disruption and therefore can be used in existing buildings.
Mini piling is a highly cost-effective solution and saves money and time over traditional deep trench foundation solutions.
Mini piling creates absolutely zero waste as soil is displaced and not removed any offcuts of steel are removed from site and re-used when possible, if not they are recycled.
Mini piling can be used in places with access restrictions such as down tight ginnels and inside of houses within low headroom