cased pile meaning

  "cased pile" in a sentence
[Architecture]

A concrete pile made by casting concrete within a steel casing placed into the ground; a cast-in-place pile.

Examples

  1. Each river pier is supported on 22 1220 mm diameter bored case piles finishing with a 3 m socket drilled into sandstone bedrock and the piles are topped with four precast concrete caps produced on site.
  2. It has been clear for months, as case after major case piled up in the justices'in-baskets, that the current Supreme Court term is potentially one of the most significant in years.

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