case study 1
- Customer had a 30 ft. tall bank in the back of house and wanted additional support for the long rear wall in Newaygo
- Engineer designed Helical Piers to be drilled in horizontally to the bank at a minimum depth of 25 ft. We ended up driving them on an average of 30 – 35 ft
- Innovative Piers drilled 6 Piers with a minimum tension load of 20,000 lbs and an average torque of 3500, which is 35,000 lbs
- We drilled through the wall and then placed a 8 x 8 flat stock on the inside which was attached to the pier with a 2″ threaded bar and tightened the tension
- These Piers will help to make sure the wall stays straight and true with no bowing.
- Innovative Piers installed these piers within 5 hours of arriving on site
case study 2
Customer contacted Innovative Pier Solutions with a unique project:
Customer had a crawl space that the homeowner wanted to excavate under and create a wine cellar.
They needed the crawl space supported while they sucked the sand out from under the space.
Innovative Pier Solutions dug down to the bottom of the existing footing.
We drilled down Helical Piers to a required torque and depth.
We installed our Tru- Lift Brackets under the existing footing to support the structure.
Customer will now be able to remove the sand, install a footing and block up to the existing structure to create a room underneath knowing that the house is sufficiently supported.
Contact Innovative Pier Solutions for your next unique project.
case study 3
Customer Had a salt bin that was failing and needed additional support.
Innovative Pier Solutions installed 4 Helical Piers at a 45 degree angle away from the existing salt bin.
We installed them with a required torque to apply and support the structure.
We installed top brackets which the customer will attach his steel to and then attach to the salt bin to support the side walls.
Contact Innovative Pier Solutions! There are multiple uses for our Helical Piers
case study 4
- Customer wanted a boardwalk through a wetland
- Innovative Pier Solutions installed Helical Piers per customer specs.
- We drove the piers 7 ft. deep and achieved required torque.
- We installed a 4 x 6 Saddle Bracket on the Helical Pier.
- Piers were immediately loadable.
- Eco Friendly install/ No Excavation / Quick and easy