Sunday, January 1, 2012

Re: Foundation piles deviations

Perhaps you can design a reinforced concrete grade beam arrangement supported by the existing piles and adding helical piles only where necessary.
Happy New Year

--- On Sun, 1/1/12, David Cohen (Baran Raviv) <> wrote:

From: David Cohen (Baran Raviv) <>
Subject: Foundation piles deviations
Date: Sunday, January 1, 2012, 8:47 AM


I have a building in construction phase, as the designer, the contractor and the client are sending the as-made location of the foundation piles.

The piles were done by CFA Method, 70cm diameter, 15m depth.

Almost each of the pile was done in deviation from the original design location I'd designed, about 2% to 20%

Do you know a kind of rectification for this kind of installation errors, or just to execute some other ones?

Executing other ones will be very complicated; I'm looking for other smarter solutions.



David Cohen





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