Temporary Sheet Piling Works

Steel sheet piles and steelwork bracing frames have traditionally been used to provide various aspects of temporary earthworks support to facilitate a variety of permanent construction solutions.

Sheet Piling (UK) Ltd have significant experience and a proven track record in the design, supply, installation & extraction of sheet piles to form temporary cofferdams and retaining walls for underground tanks, access jetties, drive and reception pits and any other application where earthworks support is required to ensure ground stability during the construction process.

Utilising a vast stock of predominately U type Larssen Sheet Piles (currently in excess of 3000Te), in a wide variety of lengths and section sizes, Sheet Piling (UK) Ltd are able to offer the flexibility and immediate availability for any temporary sheet piling work requirements on even the largest and complex projects.

In addition to steel sheet piles, Sheet Piling (UK) Ltd can offer a full range of associated temporary works including ground anchor installation, waling beams, steelwork bracing frames together with tie rods and anchorages.

 

Sheet piles can be installed and extracted using a comprehensive fleet of specialist owned and operated piling equipment including telescopic leader rigs with high power vibratory hammers, silent piling and vibration free Giken Piling pile pressing equipment and conventional piling methods.

Temporary sheet pile works designs are carried out by our experienced in-house sheet piling design department who work closely with clients and contractors to ensure the optimum construction sequence is developed and any interface between temporary and permanent works is fully appreciated and addressed at the design stage.

All temporary sheet pile works are available on a ‘hire’ or ‘sale and buy-back’ basis to suit your programme requirements and budget constraints.

In summary Sheet Piling (UK) Ltd are able to offer a complete and comprehensive temporary works solution for any temporary earthworks support scheme. Projects on which temporary works solutions are commonly required and specified include sewerage treatment works; bridge abutments; tunnelling schemes; energy, waste and power facilities, pipelines and any underground tanks.

Some recent successfully completed temporary works projects include: