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  • Caisson Drilling, Grading, Excavating, Demolition

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    We provide foundation drilling for foundation caissons, retaining wall piles, shoring, swimming pools, soils testing, percolation testing, and slope stabilization in San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, Orange County, and Santa Barbara Counties for over 30 years. We also drill geology test holes and soils percolation test holes. Limited access drilling rigs are available. We are fully insured at all our job sites.

    Our equipment is capable of drilling diameters between 18" to 60" to depths of 72 feet. For jobs with limited access we need a 9' width clearance access and 14' in operating height overhead clearance. No matter how large or small your next project is, we're sure you'll benefit from having us on your team.

    DRILLING / SHORING
    Providing hillside drilling for caissons, seepage pits, foundations, retaining walls, temporary shoring, and permanent shoring. Piles, or caissons are engineered to support structures such as foundations, retaining walls, pools, or to stabilize failing hillsides. Drill rigs drill through unstable soil in order to reach bedrock. Steel re-bar cages are placed in to the drilled hole and then it is filled with concrete. Typically grade beam foundations are placed over a grid of piles or a retaining wall is built bearing on a grade beam that is tied to the drilled piles.

    In San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Gabriel Valley and Santa Barbara counties, we provide the following:

    Drilling foundation caissons
    Piles
    Shoring
    Excavating
    Demolition
    Retaining wall piles
    Shoring
    Swimming pools
    Slope stabilization
    Test Holes

    CONTACT:
    ADOLFO OR RICK 818-846-1390

    GIVE US A CALL WHEN YOU HAVE YOUR PERMITS AND ARE READY TO START YOUR PROJECT. Show less
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