Screw Piles Installed on Concrete Parking Lot – Winnipeg Manitoba

Can helical screw piles be installed into concrete or asphalt?

Unfortunately the answer is no, they won’t pass through concrete or asphalt.  However, with a quick cut saw outfitted with a concrete or asphalt blade and a few minutes, you can cut out a piece of concrete or asphalt just large enough to allow the installation of a helical screw pile.

The picture above includes three helical screw piles installed as ground anchors which will keep a large but very light structure from lifting in strong winds.  Threaded wind-lift secure adapters were bolted into the piles while adjustable flat-head adapters allow for support at just the right height.  Postech Winnipeg’s professional installers cut holes in the 5 inch thick concrete parking lot using a concrete quick saw.

For a premium hot-dip galvanized and insulated screw pile foundation, call Postech Winnipeg at 1-855-474-5464 (4-PILING) or visit

Postech Winnipeg is eager to show you why we are Winnipeg, Rural Manitoba and Cottage Country’s piling contractor of choice!

About screwpiling

We install premium pile foundations which are guaranteed against movement due to frost heaving. Our piles are affordable and professionally installed according to torque, this means you get a perfect install every time! We proudly serve the Greater Winnipeg Area, Steinbach, South-East Manitoba and Interlake regions. Start off on a solid foundation with a Postech Thermal Piles, the most solid and stable piles ever designed.
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