What we do

Our services include ground improvement, piling, deep excavation and marine construction works . For the ground improvement works, with patent technology HVDM and other traditional techniques, we are able to treat soil and sand at different conditions.

Our Services

Diaphragm Wall

A diaphragm wall is an in-suit bentonite slurry made reinforced concrete wall composed of primary panel, secondary or running panel, and closing panel. It ismore economical than bored pile walls when constructing permanent retaining wall since less construction joints is needed and diaphragm wall is suitable for large construction sites or extensive depth excavation of 50 meters or more. The main application areas are retaining wall, cut-off walls, foundation or temporary and permanent structures.


Related Projects

Ningbo International Finance Centre is a 45000m2project with three-storey basements. The general excavation depth varies from 16.2mto 19.2m with the maximum depth 24m. The project is based on a soft mud soil stratum with a complicated engineering geological condition, the constraints of complex surrounding environment conditions and restrictions (like many buildings, municipal pipelines near foundation pit) should be overcame to make sure excavation displacement is less than 40mm by using diaphragm wall and concrete strut.


Project Profile                                                                      Construction Duration

Name: Ningbo International Finance Centre                       From: 2009.05

Location: Ningbo, China                                                      To: 2010.12

Method: Diaphragm wall and reinforced concrete strut


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Project Profile

Name: Dalian Jiaotong University Station in Metro Line 2

Location: Dalian, China

Method: Diaphragm wall


Construction Duration

From: 2011.05

To: 2014.04


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Project Profile

Name: Diaphragm wall works in Wuhan Greenland Center

Location: Wuhan, China

Method: Diaphragm wall


Construction Duration

From: 2011.07

To: 2013.11


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