GSE has extensive experience installing Ground Anchors for a wide variety of projects.
A ground anchor is a load transfer system designed to transfer the forces applied to it to a competent stratum. They can be installed either vertically or in an inclined position.
The main purpose of geotechnical ground anchors is to prevent horizontal movement, while stabilising retaining structures, including sheet piles, bored concrete piles and steel tubular walls. GSE also has considerable experience of drilling against water pressure, where approved special structures are used to secure both construction pits and other structures.
The anchor section of GSE comprises several drill rigs. The rigs are equipped with flexible leaders which means that they can perform almost every kind of drilling work in every angle possible.