There are many situations you will find on construction jobs where there becomes a need for deep excavations. These excavations might serve any number of purposes. Perhaps they need to redistribute the earth or maybe they need a large excavation to protect the site from weather and rain water or even a short term bridge.
Excavation support systems are built to become temporary earth-retaining structures. These earth-retaining structures allow the sides of an excavation to be cut at or very close to vertical.
When excavations have the potential to put lives or adjacent properties in danger, bracing to support the soil must be designed. This is where large excavation shoring shows its worth.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act, or OSHA, defines an excavation as any kind of a man-made cut, cavityRead More