Dewatering refers to the removal of groundwater and/or surface water from a site before construction work commences. This may be necessary on sites where there are trenches and excavations in which water can accumulate, in places where there is an inadequate slope for water run-off, or where there is a high water table.
Shoring is the process of bracing the walls of an excavation to prevent collapse and cave-ins. Shoring systems can be complex due to the soil structure, depth of cut and ground water, weather conditions, superimposed loads, seismic loads, vibrations, and adjacent construction.
Deep well dewatering systems is more suitable in areas where deep excavations are performed. This demands higher rate of pumping for dewatering. This is mainly employed for the ground preparation for the construction. Our highly trained team and efficient dewatering pumps is best suitable to perform deep well dewatering services.