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Piling specialist Roger Bullivant has installed 12m deep piles into solid chalk beneath one side of a listed Brighton structure. Eleven piles will support the 19th century Grade II listed Quadrant pub while excavation for a new office and shopping centre is built. In an attempt to limit damage a low noise and vibration displacement piling rig was used to drill 130mm diameter holes for the piles. The holes were then grouted under high pressure. Injecting grout rather than air during ...

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