Soldier Pile Shoring
Soldier Pile Shoring consists of multiples piles spaced apart from each other to support a change of elevation. The piles are usually H beams installed in drilled shaft.
Timber lagging is then installed between the H beams to restrain the soil between the piles. Deeper excavations may require tiebacks to be installed at the piles for additional soil support.
Soldier Pile Shoring is very versatile because the size of the piles and the spacing between them can be adjusted to site soil conditions. In many cases , this is the most economical method of site shoring.
Below are case projects for Solider Pile Shoring:
SR 508 Bear Canyon
6´ Shafts/ Statnamic Testing
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