Winter Sports Park Zipline – Helical Piles & Tiebacks
The zipline’s foundation wasn’t stable on its own because it was located on a slight slope in a wooded area. It needed helical piles and anchors and tieback anchors. Both of these products are drilled into the ground. Helical piles stabilize structure foundations, particularly in load-bearing areas. Tieback anchors stabilize and retain soils around foundations. The contractor needed these products to stabilize the slope where the zipline would be installed.
We provided CHANCE helical piles and anchors and Magnacore tieback anchors for the contractor. One of our engineers designed a solution that customized the piles and tieback anchors for this particular installation. The installation process went smoothly. Once the contractor installed the piles and tiebacks, they began building the zipline.
The contractor successfully built the zipline after installing the piles and tiebacks. They were satisfied with the results, and they kept the project on time and within its budget. One of their workers also attended one of our recent training sessions. This occurrence signals that the contractor is interested in learning about our products and using them in their future projects.
Helical Piles and Anchors FAQ
What do helical piles do?Helical piles stabilize foundations and increase their load capacities. Contractors install them beneath load bearing walls and structures.
What do helical anchors do?Helical anchors extend bearing plates through soft soils until they reach more solid soil or rock. Then they anchor in the rock or soil to stabilize the foundation above them.
What benefits do these helical products offer?They both require no pre-drilling or heavy equipment to install. They’re also cost effective and work in limited-access areas. Additionally, they both have quick installation processes. Overall, our CHANCE helical piles and anchors provide engineering solutions that fit your project’s budget.
Tieback Anchors FAQ
What are Magnacore tiebacks?Magnacore tieback anchors are hollow, threaded bars that are often 5 or 10 feet long. They work in any soil conditions and help stabilize slopes, foundations, and earth shoring walls, among other structures.
How are Magnacore tieback anchors installed?Magnacore tiebacks combine drilling and grouting capabilities for an easy installation process. Contractors drill or screw tiebacks into the ground with very little additional equipment. The tiebacks can be drilled in any direction, and their hollow nature allows them to inject grout into the ground around them to keep the anchors in place.
Do tieback anchors have any alternate names?Yes. Tiebacks are often called hollow bars in the construction industry.
Intech Installation Equipment FAQ
Does Intech sell or rent installation equipment?We do both. We can sell the equipment to you or rent it out, depending on your needs.
What types of installation equipment does Intech provide?We provide many types of equipment, including the following helical installation tools:
- Helical drive head kits (20k, 12k, and portable)
- Individual drive heads
- Wireless torque indicators
- Hydraulic hoses
- Hydraulic power packs