Helical piles are used in an endless variety of construction projects that require deep and sturdy foundations. Coastal Foundation Solutions new foundation helical piles will ensure that we diminish environmental impact caused by the construction process and provide exceptional strength.
The helical installation process is vibration, noise, and spoils free, thus exceptionally friendly to our environment. A primary factor is sand, or spoils will not be required to be removed and transported from the construction site which requires fewer crew members, dump trucks, and heavy equipment. In addition, the process does not use any form of concrete to achieve its compressive and tension strength. Similarly reducing the costs of the project and negating expensive off site trucking. Essentially, a project that entails less excavation and concrete as part of the new foundation, saves the contractor valuable time waiting for concrete to cure (usually 30 Days). This signifies that a foundation project will be completed faster and save the client money.
A helical pile does not auger into the ground, which generates significant material spoils. The piling screws into ground at a continuous rotation until desired load capacity is secured. There are absolutely zero spoils created. The screw piling installation process is fast and streamlined. (Quiet Too)
CFS foundation support systems have demonstrated that our economical foundation system in sensitive soils and difficult terrain is exceptionally eco-friendly. Modern compact hydraulic-anchor drives have verified this application is the preferred process for environmental consultants and conscience contractors when constructing sensitive projects.
At Coastal Foundation Solutions our engineers design piling solutions to improve various soil and ground conditions throughout Southwest Florida. This ensures that our helical piling present a first-class foundation option for pool contractors, developers and custom home builders. The newest trend is to utilize these eco-friendly helical piers for elevated walkways in swamp, marsh and other wet environments with soft or clay soils. National and State Parks are migrating to using helical piers to support walkway structures instead of chemically treated wood piling. This environmentally friendly helical piling installation process also presents a quick and clean installation process to maintain critical project schedules.
Our world continues to gravitate towards clean water and eco-friendly construction solutions. We have 32 years experience dealing with environmentally sensitive projects, ranging from elevated nature walkways meandering through delicate mangrove forest, and manatee filled waterways. The majority of our equipment has United States Coast Guard approved bio-degradable hydraulic fluids to insure against chemical spills.