1. The process is begun by digging a 3’ x 3’ hole to access the bottom of the footing/beam. This may be achieved from inside or outside of the structure. 28” of working room below the footing/ beam is required.

2. The segments are carried to the pier location in order to start the installation process.

3. The process is begun by digging a 3’ x 3’ hole to access the bottom of the footing/beam. This may be achieved from inside or outside of the structure. 28” of working room below the footing/ beam is required.

4. The segments are installed using a hydraulic pump.

5. The patented segments interlock to each other. Due to the patented process, the concentric load is transferred from concrete to concrete.

6.The segments are driven into the ground one at a time. The process is repeated until bedrock or load bearing strata is reached.
Since the segments are driven directly under the footing, the foundation is not jeopardized or damaged by bolting into or cutting the footer.

7. The segments are installed using a hydraulic pump.

8. The patented segments interlock to each other. Due to the patented process, the concentric load is transferred from concrete to concrete.

9. The segments are driven into the ground one at a time. The process is repeated until bedrock or load bearing strata is reached.
Since the segments are driven directly under the footing, the foundation is not jeopardized or damaged by bolting into or cutting the footer.