There is 80 ft high sign board tower which is conisiting 1/2" thick & varying 2.5 (Average) Dia MS steel pipe with total weight of about 4.2 Tons.While the bearing capacity of soil is upto 0.9 tons/sft , one have designed 8 Nos 40 ft deep & 2 ft dia Reinforced concrete pile foundations for the said tower.Is there any alternative design to confirm the value engineering.However a wind pressure is not more than 102 KM/hr and there is dry clay soil in main city area where many multi story buildings are already existing. Your comments will be highly appreciated. Regards
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