Drilled shafts are also known as caissons, cast-in-drilled-hole (CIDH) piles, drilled piers, or bored piles.

Common Uses

  • Support structures

Technical Details

With a concentrated focus on transmission and distribution foundations, Seaboard Foundations has become the deep foundation contractor of choice for many owners, contractors and engineers.

Our drilled shaft resume includes many complex and challenging projects across the United States. Drilled shafts are the primary deep foundation system of choice for most owners and engineers in the industry. As such, Seaboard Foundations has developed the expertise and acquired equipment with focus on low overhead, large diameter drilling. Our capabilities include drilling shafts up to 15ft in diameter to 120ft deep in a variety of geotechnical conditions including, but not limited to, hard rock, wet soils and karst conditions.

Our fleet of specialized equipment and tooling combined with our drilling expertise provides our clients with more than just a “neck down” approach to our work. So whether it’s providing excavation for a drilled shaft or providing a turnkey service to drill, set and place the foundation entirely, Seaboard Foundations is the contractor of choice in the industry.