At Screwpile, we use a combination of helical piles and a specially designed series of brackets to quickly and efficiently underpin any building that has subsided. As an additional feature in some instances the bracket can jack up the building to its original position.

We have underpinned modern walls and older masonry walls up to1200mm thick using this method

New Builds, Renovations and Extensions


Screwpile provides very competitive solutions to piling for one-off or indeed to housing estates. We recommend that piles in any form should be used rather than rafts or strip footings to provide a permanent solution and avoid any expensive geotechnical problems

Power, Rail and Telecoms




Screwpile has  extensive experience in the use of helical piles on contracts for Irish Rail. Since 2016, we have used helical piles as a suitable alternative to CFA piles, electricity pylons and telecom masts



Helical piles have extensive uses in commercial applications particularly piling in restricted access locations or where programme is accelerated.

Screwpiles are uniquely suited to temporary works situations in particular props for retaining structures,they are now being used in areas where contaminated soils are an issue due to the fact that they do not produce bore spoil and thus eliminate the costs associated with the containment and disposal of same.

Latest News

New KFC Restaurant at Ennis Road, Limerick

June 2018

​Screwpile recently installed piles to support the new KFC restaurant at Ennis Road Limerick. The structural designer was MHL Consulting Engineers and the main contractor was Nevin Construction. 76 piles were installed in 2 days..

New House construction at Aghadoe Heights Killarney

June 19

Screwpile recently installed piles for Reeks consulting engineers in Killarney. The elevated site overlooking the lakes had to be piled due to poor soil on underlying siltstone.The piles were screwed into the rock to refusal torque of 12knm.

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Port Of Cork Ringaskiddy

Installation of piles for crane base at the Ringaskiddy