Excavation shoring with TITAN micropiles: new apartment block with basement parking

The River Ruwer flows into the Moselle in the district of Ruwer in the City of Trier. An apartment block with basement garage is currently being built next to the neo-Romanesque Church of St. Clement dating from 1871.

The building plot is being used to the full, which leaves little extra space for working. Large plant could not be employed to install shoring to the sides of the excavation, and the neighbouring buildings (some historic) could not be subjected to any vibrations. Therefore, conventional shoring methods, e.g. sheet pile or soldier pile walls, were out of the question.

Read our project report to find out how TITAN micropiles we used to overcome the hurdles in this project.

Would you like to find out more about TITAN micropiles? We would be happy to advise you about your particular project. Simply send us a mail or give us a call on +49 2333 8305-0.

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