At its most basic, steel piling consists of structural steel segments that are driven into the ground to provide more support to a structure. They’re commonly used in places where the top layer of the ground isn’t strong or stable enough to reliably hold a structure in place. By driving the steel piles deep into the ground, they reach sturdier soil and transfer forces to that, rather than the looser top layer. We stock a variety of sizes and shapes, including sheet, pipe, and H-pile. View more information about each type of piling for sale below, or request a quote now.
We offer round piling available in sizes 8-5/8 through 20” wall thickness ¼” up to 5/8” all in grade A252-3.
We stock JX standard sections of sheet piling with heights ranging from 16” to 20” and web thicknesses 0.335” up to 0.512”.
Steel Piling FAQs
By reaching down to stronger, sturdier soil, steel piling makes it possible to build strong foundations on soft ground or water. Applications include ports, underground garages or rooms, offshore platforms, building foundations, retaining walls, and more.
Round pile, sheet pile, and H-pile are the most common types of steel piling that you’ll find. While they’re all driven into the ground for support purposes, each resembles a different shape: Round tubing (pipe piling), corrugated panels (sheet piling), or wide flange beams (H-piling).