What’s New with Conte Company in 2017

Conte Company Helical Pile Foundation Services 2017

As Conte Company has grown over the years, we’ve been fortunate to work on a variety of jobs for an ever-increasing list of great clients. We’ve honed our craft to become leaders in the deep foundation industry and treat every project with the personal attention you’d expect from a family owned company.

Here’s what’s going on with Conte Company in 2017…

We Have a New Website

Today, we’re excited to announce that we (finally) have a new website! Our goal is to not only showcase our expertise as geotechnical contractors, but to educate industry professionals on the value, viability and wide-ranging application of helical pile technologies.

Over the coming months and years, we’ll be producing a variety of materials, to address some of the major questions and challenges that our colleagues and clients may have.

So, please check out our brand-new website and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to stay up to date on our latest publications.

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We Are the #1 Installer of CHANCE® Helical Piles in New England

As an exclusive partner of HUBBELL-CHANCE®, we have access to the highest-quality helical piles in the world. Through this partnership and our vast experience installing helical pile foundations, we’re able to provide the most competitive bids on the best products around.

From standard, commercial and industrial projects to custom fabrication and design-build services, we can provide helical pile foundation solutions for just about any job.

Learn about our helical piles and their endless applications

We’re Expanding

We’re always taking on different types of projects, from the biggest geotechnical foundation jobs to small, residential foundation repairs. In the last year, we’ve done all sorts of projects around New England and throughout the country. We’re experts in safely constructing support for elevated structures, underpinnings and marine/wetland construction. Experience matters!

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We Continue to Provide Great Service

For projects big, small, residential or commercial, our only goal is to provide a hands-on approach to every one of our clients. We take great pride in our high level of service, our unmatched safety record, and our commitment to providing successful projects on time and under budget.

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We’ve Done a Lot of Projects

Take a look at what we’ve accomplished in our helical pile project photo gallery. Schools, bridges, airports, hospitals, industrial plants, infrastructure and so much more are on display. See our expert crews on-the-job and hard at work. Get an idea of how helical piles are installed and see the attention-to-detail that goes into every foundation we build. Our extensive experience results in the longest-lasting foundations in the industry.

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Why Helical Piles?

During these modern times of engineering and construction, there are many different ways to do just about anything. This includes the selection of a helical pile foundation. Pile foundations have been used for years to support structures that bear on unsuitable soils. As equipment and methods progressed, so did the applications and installation of each type of pile. All of these options still exist because each site and project requirement is different. We have to weigh our options to decide what the safest, most cost effective approach to providing a pile foundation is going to be.

Helical Piles have been around for many years, even though most people still haven’t heard of them. They are screwed into the soil using a motorized auger torque driver, which is attached to a piece of construction equipment. The screwing method eliminates the need for vibration and aggressive impact to advance the pile into the soil. The Helical Pile simply screws into the ground. With the torque motor creating the force needed to install the pile, relatively small equipment can be used for helical pile installation.

The benefits of using small equipment can change the project in many ways. Some projects would otherwise be impossible, if not for the use of small equipment. Going inside buildings, basements, through landscaping, beneath lifted houses, high voltage, tight locations, etc. are all possible because helical piles require such small equipment to install. The reduced vibration and noise allow for businesses and daily activities to continue during installation, and the low emissions of smaller equipment help minimize any environmental impacts. Some older structures are so unstable, that any vibration will compromise their state. Helical piles can be used to underpin these structures without harming the current conditions.