620 Meters of sheet piling installed at Telegraph Point NSW
Sheet Piling is used to provide temporary and permanent walls in the construction industry. Sheet piling is also used as excavation support and for soil retention. It creates a border which keeps the soil back, away from the structure.
Usually, the material used to make piling sheets is steel, but wood and vinyl sheets are also used at times. The concept is to design narrow, interlocking sheets that can be connected and driven into the ground to form a wall. Stability and strength are defined by the shape and material of the sheets. Steel is considered to be the most appropriate material if the requirement is to withstand large bending forces and pressure.