Retaining Wall

Retaining/Pile walls are formed by constructing series of intersecting/in close proximity reinforced bored piles and commonly used in deep excavations and slope stabilization. This method is commonly used in projects that are located in a densely populated area adjacent to buildings and roads. Our drilling rigs have the ability to minimize noise and vibration. Most importantly, with our technologically advanced drilling rig, we can control the bored hole verticality during drilling, which is critical to form a watertight structure. The following are three types of retaining wall piles that PT. Trocon currently implements:

  • Soldier Pile (Applicable for site conditions where the ground water
    level are below the excavation level)
  • Contiguous Bored Pile with cement-bentonite interlocked
  • Secant Pile
retaining wall