HISTORY OF PILE DRIVING
A proven method that has been used in construction for thousands of years.
Prefabricated piles (wooden) have been used for more than 6,000 years and are still used successfully today.
A number of houses by the lakes in Switzerland were built on wooden piles around 500 BC.
The use of ferroconcrete as a building material for piles was a natural
consequence of earlier discoveries in the field of concrete technology.
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Joseph Aspdin patented Portland cement, which is considered an important
milestone in construction.
Joseph Monier invented ferroconcrete.
In 1875, the world’s first ferroconcrete
bridge was built.
Francois Hennebique patented
and extensively used prefabricated
square ferroconcrete piles in Europe.
L. G. Mouchel patented hollow
Eugene Freyssinet used
pre-stressed prefabricated piles
in the French port town of Le Havre.
In ČSN 73 1002, prefabricated driven piles
are listed as one of the solutions
for the deep foundation of buildings.
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