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Working Space For Micro-Pile

Working Space For Micro-Pile

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Hi,

I am trying to introduce a column in a tightly space area of an existing floor. 14"x14" space such that walls on three sides and open access to the confined space from one side for the equipment. Loads are in range of 35 kips in tension due to a relocated cantilevered beam at Mezzanine Level.

Does 14"x14" available space with wider access side (only one side) more than enough to bring in micro-pile equipment for constructing the pile?

Thanks

Thanks,

FEM4Structures

RE: Working Space For Micro-Pile

You might want to repost this question in the Foundation Engineering forum (if you do, red flag this post) for a better response.

What size pile are you installing and how deep are you going. There is small equipment available but it might not work in yoyr case.

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