Ground Screws & Rock Drilling form the perfect synergy to effectively overcome challenges in foundation construction when dealing with rocky terrain and difficult to access locations where traditional rock drilling equipment cannot access.
Through the use of pneumatic drilling attachments, a pilot hole is drilled through boulders or into bedrock, which allows for the installation of the Ground Screw. With high torque, the pile is inserted into the rock and forms an incredibly strong foundation support.
Boulders are no obstacles for our foundation installations and are typically crushed during drilling. Boulders can generally not be relied on as end bearing pressure points and require through-drilling.