Specialist Contractor Aarsleff Expands its Ground Engineering Operations

Photo credit: Per Aarsleff A/S

Aarsleff Ground Engineering has expanded its portfolio of specialist retaining wall solutions to now offer VDW, Secant and Contiguous pile walls. The expansion into new techniques, alongside the investment of a new rig, will allow the company to take on more challenging work and enter into previously untapped markets.

The announcement of their new offerings also comes with the arrival of their latest investment – an ABI TM17 rig, a high-performance telescopic leader rig for drilling and piling applications. With the ABI VV latest technology and high-performance auger attachments, the TM17 maximises performance whilst using considerably less fuel than previous models. Furthermore, from an operator’s perspective, the TM17 is fitted with safety cameras and total monitoring equipment to make manoeuvring, driving and all techniques much safer and more efficient.

Aarsleff’s Head of Specialist Retaining Walls John Storry said “It is certainly an exciting time for Aarsleff Ground Engineering, as we look ahead to future schemes delivering our new improved portfolio of techniques.”

Aarsleff’s Operations Manager Steve Gilbank said, “We’re in such a great position to deliver our new capabilities. Backed by the knowledge and expertise from our Danish parent company Per Aarsleff A/S, we’re ready to kickstart the new year by offering contiguous walls, secant pile walls, sheet piled walls, king post walls and VDW Drilling to our valued clients across the UK.”

Aarsleff Ground Engineering offer an extensive range of retaining wall solutions for all schemes, from everyday projects to complex slope stabilisation solutions. All of their retaining wall solutions are designed and engineered completely in-house utilising different installation methods depending on the soil conditions, environmental constraints and are assessed on technical merit of each situation.

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