As a foundation repair company, Rhino Foundation Systems works to provide quality repairs that will last our clients a long time, and keep your home or business standing for years to come. However, sometimes we get calls or requests to do some things that we don’t necessarily specialize in, but if the project is something we can do, the team will get it done.
Mining equipment producer company, Prime Machine, was looking to acquire additional storage room for all of the custom made equipment. Naturally, the equipment is extremely heavy given the tasks it is used to perform. After considering options that could be used to provide the structure and stability for the additional space, it was decided that Stelcor Piles would be the best option.
Salt Lake City Deck
A homeowner was looking to have a deck installed for the back portion of the house, but they had worries about damaging the surrounding trees that stood there for decades prior. Many options that would provide support are larger, and the terrain in the area coupled with the low clearance because of the trees, Rhino Foundation Systems decided that the Driven Pile would be a good option, and then a platform could be attached to the home.
Saratoga Springs Driven Pile
A contractor was having a home built, and had the terrain excavated to make room for the foundation. It is mandatory that soil from the area is sent in to have its integrity tested. The sample came back as collapsible, and not ideal for some foundational structures. The contractor reached out to Rhino Foundation Systems, and the team concluded that the Driven Pile would provide a great solution for this problem.
Prospector Micropile Tiebacks
This homeowner wanted to have additional space to build a garage onto his house. After several failed attempts to start construction on the sloped terrain with the caving soils, Rhino Foundation Systems was contacted. The tool of choice was Micropiles/Tiebacks, and after some repetition of the installation, the goal was achieved.
Alpine Garage Tiebacks
This client’s garage wall was protruding outward. Essentially, the foundation was uneven with the garage, which presented a problem, but it was nothing the team couldn’t handle. Holes were drilled to have Tiebacks installed, and eventually the wall was brought back in line. The project was done on existing structure, which is somewhat out of the normal, but the team was able to pull it off.