Ground anchors are utilised in a number of ways to give strength to new or existing structures.

A small diameter bar or tendon is drilled through the face of the wall and anchored into stronger material remote from the structure. The strength is then spread across the structure using a capping beam or ‘waler’ that incorporates the anchor heads along the wall.

Increasingly, due to age, poor workmanship, repair or changing ground conditions, existing structures are being assessed as either outside their design life, or even on the brink of collapse.

Interdrill can install ground anchors into these structures to offer immediate support and extend design life.

Anchoring Systems Include:

  • Earthquake strengthening
  • Drilling of ground anchors
  • Assembly of ground anchors
  • Installation of ground anchors
  • Soil nails
  • Retaining walls