The Anchor Shoring Group’s fleet includes multiple Bauer BG40, BG36, BG28 and Liebherr LB36 drill rigs. These rigs are able to install casings in sections without the need to use a vibratory hammer. The casing can be advanced in advance of the drilling which ensures that loss of ground does not occur. This construction method excels in conditions where it is necessary to drill adjacent to existing structures in areas of loose soil, or where vibratory methods cannot be used. Through the successful completion of numerous shoring and caisson projects, these rigs have demonstrated their ability to drill in difficult soil conditions, adjacent to sensitive structures and areas where vibratory methods cannot be used.
The Bauer BG40 delivers more than 390 KNm (287,000 foot pounds) of torque. We have had enormous success with our Bauer and Liebherr drill rigs in exceptionally challenging drilling conditions.
High slump concrete being pumped through continuous flight auger on a Bauer BG40 drill rig.
Beyond their ability to perform in complicated site conditions, these Bauer and Liebherr drill rigs are versatile. The rigs are capable of cased and uncased drilling, they can also be modified for installation of CFA (continuous flight auger) piles. The rigs are outfitted with equipment to monitor auger extraction rates and concrete pressures and volumes, permitting more efficient machine operation and resource allocation.