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    Aarsleff Ground Engineering latest member to join ASUC

    Aarsleff
    Ground Engineering are proud to have become official members of ASUC, the
    Association of Specialist Underpinning Contractors. ASUC’s activities are
    focused around key domestic techniques and practises including subsidence
    repair and underpinning, retrofit basement construction, engineered foundation
    solutions and mini piling operations.

    ASUC is an
    independent trade association originally formed by a number of leading
    contractors to promote professional and technical competence within the
    subsidence industry. ASUC work with and across a large number of organisations,
    partners and supporting bodies to deliver a range of highly valued activities
    and services on behalf of the sectors and members they support.

    Aarsleff are
    already well experienced in restricted access piling operations. In June last
    year, Aarsleff installed mini piles for a new residential development on behalf
    of main contractor J Tomlinson. The site, located on Salthouse Lane in Beeston,
    will soon accommodate a new student residential complex. Specifically, Aarsleff
    installed 16 No. 300mm Sectional Flight Auger piles utilising a 14 Tonne
    Restricted access piling Rig. Due to existing Tree Preservation Orders in place
    on several mature trees, the rig was selected to provide minimal disruption.
    Apart from some localised pruning to the trees, the rig was capable of working
    from the existing tarmac and on a reduced spec piling platform. In 2017,
    McLaren Construction awarded Aarsleff the design and build contract for the
    construction of a new cinema and retail development within The O2 Arena in
    South East London. Specifically, Aarsleff’s scope of work included the design
    and installation of 21No. 18m 340mm diameter ‘restricted access piles’ situated
    beneath 2No. Quadro-pods which had to be pitched in 4m segments and welded by
    Aarsleff on-site during installation. Due to the height restriction Aarsleff
    utilised their bespoke Banut 500 limited headroom piling rig to solve this
    issue.

    Kevin Hague,
    Managing Director of Aarsleff Ground Engineering said: “We are thrilled to share our knowledge and experience of the industry,
    and support ASUC and its member’s in the drive to improve project delivery
    capability across all of the specialist techniques and practices the
    association promotes”.