A.H. Beck installed 3,000+ drilled pier foundations for a tech industry manufacturing facility in Central Texas. 120,000+ yards of concrete were used, with piers ranging from 36 to 72 inches in diameter and 68 to 123 feet deep. 16 drill rigs and up to 275-ton service cranes were on-site during peak production. Turn-key services included spoils removal, QA/QC testing, and high-strain dynamic testing.
W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Company contracted A.H. Beck to install the drilled pier foundations for a high-profile tech industry manufacturing facility in Central Texas. The project scope included over 3,000 drilled piers requiring over 120,000 yards of concrete. The piers ranged from 36 to 72 inches in diameter and 68 to 123 feet deep. During the peak of the shaft installation, A.H. Beck had over 100 employees on site and placed an average of 2,500 yards of concrete daily. Throughout the project, A.H. Beck had sixteen drill rigs and up to 275-ton service cranes on-site to meet the project’s production requirements. A.H. Beck had a turn-key scope that included not only the installation of the drilled shafts but also spoils removal and haul-off, QA/QC testing of the shafts, and performing high-strain dynamic testing on a large percentage of the completed foundations.