Round timbers driven into the ground to support other structures.
A timber product used for supports for docks, buildings, etc. They have strict specifications that must be met for the product category and are usually more valuable per unit of volume.
Piles collectively; a structure of piles. See dolphin.
Rigid supports, driven vertically to provide wall support in the pit.
a column of wood or steel or concrete that is driven into the ground to provide support for a structure
a long post that's out in the water, and it goes all the way down into the ground under the water
a long slender column of timber, steel, or reinforced concrete that is driven into the ground to carry vertical loads from the structure to the earth to act as a foundation for the structure
Elongate, post like steel or concrete members or steel sheets driven into a dam foundation to reduce or eliminate seepage.
Long steel piles driven into the seabed to anchor fixed offshore structures solidly in place.
A pier or wood column used to support a home; usually, sunk in the ground.
Round timbers or poles driven into the ground to support a load. Planer: A machine to surface rough lumber. Plywood : A panel made up of thin sheets of veneer which the grain direction is at right angles to each other.
A thick post supporting or mooring a dock or pier. It is deep inside the seabed, and it projects above the water level.
Round timbers or poles that are driven into the ground to support a load, as a foundation for a structure, or as part of a dock or moorage.
A post driven into the ground below the waterline to support a pier, dock, etc.
A structure of piles often used to protect wharves and piers.
Vertical support piece of a structure, driven into the ground, which supports the foundation.
Support, protection for wharves, piers etc.; constructed of piles (see PILE)
A structural steel product with edges designed to interlock; used in the construction of cofferdams or riverbank reinforcement.