micro piling



Savinaya’s Micro Piling solutions offer a reliable and effective method for strengthening foundations and improving soil stability in geotech engineering projects. With our extensive experience, customised solutions, cutting-edge technology, and commitment to cost-effectiveness, Savinaya is the ideal choice for your Micro Piling needs.

How Micro Piling Works?

Micro Piling, also known as mini piles or pin piles, is a versatile foundation strengthening method that involves drilling small diameter piles into the ground to transfer loads to deeper, more stable soil layers. These piles are made of high-strength materials such as steel or concrete and can be installed in limited access areas or areas with challenging soil conditions.

Benefits of Micro Piling

Increased Load Capacity

Micro Piling enhances the load-bearing capacity of foundations, allowing for the construction of heavy structures and minimising settlement issues.

Improved Foundation Support

Micro Piling provides additional support to foundations in areas with weak or unstable soils, increasing their stability and longevity.


Micro Piling can be used in a wide range of soil conditions, including areas with limited access or restricted headroom, making it a suitable solution for various construction projects.


Micro Piling is often a cost-effective solution compared to traditional foundation strengthening methods, as it requires smaller equipment and installation footprint.


Micro piles are small-diameter piles that are typically used in areas where larger, traditional piles cannot be installed due to limited access, space, or other constraints. They are also used in areas where there are concerns about soil stability, such as in landslide-prone areas.

Micro piles can be installed using a variety of methods, including drilling and grouting, injection, and screwing. The specific installation method depends on the site conditions, soil type, and other factors.

Micro piles have several advantages over traditional piles, including their small size, which allows them to be installed in tight spaces or where access is limited. They are also more versatile than traditional piles and can be installed in a wider range of soil types and conditions.

One of the main disadvantages of micro piling is its relatively low load-bearing capacity compared to traditional piles. They are also more expensive to install than some other foundation systems.

Micro piling is typically used in situations where space is limited, access is difficult, or the soil conditions are challenging. They are often used for underpinning existing structures, slope stabilisation, and in areas with soft or unstable soil. However, the specific application of micro piling should always be evaluated by a qualified engineer or geotechnical agency such as Savinaya Infra.