Steel Sheet Piles are interlocking steel elements which acts as a retaining wall in both temporary and permanent structures. They could be rolled in both Hot Rolled (JIS or Larssen Type) and Cold Formed (MMU and MMZ) manner and may be in shapes of Z or U in different sizes and weights.
Permanent Application of Steel Sheet Piles
Sheet Pile when used as a retaining wall element provides an fast and economical way of constructing a retaining wall especially for water-fronting projects. Its interlocking elements provides watertight lock in retaining earth behind it and hence a suitable solution when building ports, wharf, deepening of rivers, bridges and basement excavations. To prevent corrosion, we provide Epoxy coating which can protect sheet piles even in harsh conditions such as salt water.
Notable Permanent Projects Supplied with Sheet Piles
- MMU Type Sheet Piles | Penjuru Private Wharf Sheet Piles, Singapore
- JIS Type 4W Sheet Piles | Changi Jetty Upgrading , Singapore
- MMU Type Sheet Piles | Flood Control Laguna Lake District Philippines
- MMZ Type Sheet Piles | Manila North Harbour Port Inc., Philippines
- MMU Type Sheet Piles | Flood Control in General Santos, Philippines
- JIS Type 3 Sheet Piles | Pasig River Manila, Philippines
- MMU Type Sheet Piles | Flood Control Davao, Philippines
- MMU Type Sheet Piles | Flood Control Aklan, Philippines
- JIS Type 3 and 4 | Wharf Project, Papua New Guinea
- MMZ Type Sheet Piles | Wharf Project, Guyana
- MMU Type Sheet Piles | Harwood Marine Slipway Brisbane, Australia
Temporary Application of Steel Sheet Piles
Construction projects where a supported excavation is required, steel sheet piling is normally the best option. The excellent strength to weight ratio, ease of driving and re-use opportunity makes sheet piling far superior than other options.
Notable Temporary Projects Supplied with Sheet Piles
- Condominium project - Jalan Jurong Kechil, Singapore
- Industrial warehouse - Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore
- Private Terrace House - Little Road, Singapore
- Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore
- Cagayan De Oro Flood Control, Philippines