Shoring is used to support a structure to prevent a collapse. The most common shoring techniques that we encountered are during the early stage of construction which is an excavation. Shoring is intended to support a deep excavation to prevent the retained soil overturns and eventually cause a project mishap. I-Beam Shoring also known as soldier pile walls are the most common type of shoring that we usually encountered in a construction project. It is constructed by drilling of soil before installing the I-beams. The full shoring wall is formed by installing pre-cast concrete or wooden panel (Lagging) between the pre-installed I-beams to construct the walls.
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Wood lagging (sometimes steel or concrete panels) is placed between the soldier piles as excavation proceeds (typically in 3-ft to 5-ft increments). The lagging material is usually dependent upon the design life of the wall. A temporary wall will usually incorporate timber lagging, with steel sheeting as lagging used less often. A permanent wall will usually incorporate concrete lagging with an architectural finish.
Our professional trained staffs and technicians are ready to provide a full service from basic documentations, permits to I-beam Shoring Installation and implementing the pre-cast concrete or Lagging.
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