Bored Pile Foundation - Difference between Bored and Driven Piles
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A bored pile, a drilled shaft, is a reinforced concrete foundation that is used to support structures with high vertical loads. A bored pile is a concrete pile that easily fits on the construction site. Other concrete pile foundations, such as spun piles and reinforced concrete square pile foundations, use precast concrete piles. Bored piling is frequently used for bridge construction, tall buildings, and massive industrial complexes that require deep underpinnings.