East Seaham Piers

This full re-pier and relevel turned out to be a massive 84 piers! The old original timber piers had no footings making the piers sink and the house becoming fairly unlevel. Here are some progress photos of the job we have just completed after 2 long weeks.

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New Lambton Heights Pier

The owners for this house were selling up and a part of their selling agreement was to replace the broken concrete pier. Due to the steel they place inside the pier when they mould the pier, the moisture from the ground goes up into the pier making the steel rust and expand making the pier crack. We had a…

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Wallsend Screw Piles

Here’s a job we have recently completed in Wallsend.Close to home atleast. Close to 300 little and short piles, we even had a chance to get a sky view of the site while we were there. All the piles installed by our 3Tonne machine.

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Prairiewood Screw Piles

Check out the sky view we got of this job we have just completed. Alot of big piles went into this job ranging from 168mm- 219mm pipe diameter. All installed with our big 20Tonne machine pushing out a big 130,000 Newton Meters of Torque. Remember to follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

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Magenta Screw Piles Part 1

We have spent over 9 days at this job with many more days to come. To replace and installed hundreds of piles for a new housing estate. Many piles from sizes 76mm – 168mm, more than 52 piles in each house with already completed 16. Check it out..

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Cardiff Piers

This client was wanting to sell their house but didn’t look great with the badly cracked piers underneath the house. So they called us and we replaced their old cracked ash piers that had no footings with brand new brick piers that are now up to Australian Standards. Inside ash and concrete piers there are rods that eventually suck…

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Waratah Piers

Here’s a job we recently completed at Waratah!It included a full house relevel and the replacement of every pier below this 2 bedroom house. The old concrete and sandstone piers had seen the end of their day and were replaced with nice new brick piers with the Australian standard sized footing. The owners of this house also asked for…

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Cessnock Piers

We arrived at this job and had found out these piers were installed by a licensed builder 1 year ago incorrectly. They failed to hold up both bearers, since being installed the owner had renovated her kitchen in the room above, not noticing her piers were wrongly installed and ended up with cracked tiles in their brand new kitchen…

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Medowie School

Some jobs we do are so pushed there will be a tight schedule for the job to be completed. This particular job we only had 4 days to complete a few hundred piles at a new school coming next year! Just in the first stage! In this case we brought a second machine to install piles at the same…

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Bronte

This is a recently completed job at Bronte. It was in a small suburban backyard with no side passage or rear access.Our only option in that case is to be craned in.We used our dingo with smallest motor on it for these piles and extensions.

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Stairs

How wonderful is our crew?Always coming out with an amazing finishing product. Here is the stairs they built to go into an under house storage area.And they look GREAT!

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Nords Wharf Piers

This is some of the re-stumping the boys have done at Nords Wharf. From the out foundations under the house and new extensions with next to no support to our wonderful piers with brand new Australian standard sized footings.

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Malabar

This job was two side by side house blocks needing screw piles for their new buildings.All 160 screw piles were done in 1 whole day using out 12 Tonne Machine.If you install a pile and it hits landfill under ground the pile will move off their mark, so some of these piles hit rocks and bricks and then had…

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Rockdale

The boys have just finished a job a Rockdale, Sydney. Completing nearly 80 x 3 metre piles in just 1 day!In this case we had to start the job with our 3.5 Tonne machine and it couldn’t push those screw piles down, so we then brought the 12 Tonne machine out to finish the work..

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