For any terrain, soil condition, limited access, or project scope, McCrossin Foundations delivers the most efficient, safe solution for all technical drilling and foundation needs throughout the Northeast, Ohio Valley, and Mid-Atlantic regions. Our capabilities are wide-ranging, and appropriate for single-element, or large-scope projects. We own a fleet of equipment that is easily dispatched for immediate needs, such as earth and structure stabilization for under-mined structures, landslides, and sinkholes.

McCrossin Foundations’ machinery includes large/small diameter rigs, lattice-boom crawler style cranes, rough terrain hydraulic cranes, and equipment for driven piles, marine construction, restricted access drilling, and concrete pumping/shotcrete. Our large diameter drill rigs work in overhead access as low as 30 feet, installing up to 12-foot diameter shafts. The small diameter machinery can install elements up to 18 inches. These track-mounted and agile machines work in difficult locations and tough terrain, in headroom as low as 8 feet.

For projects that pose a risk to adjoining or nearby structures, McCrossin Foundation designs and installs a variety of elements to both permanently and temporary retain earth, roadways and structures.

• Anchors and Tiebacks
• Retaining Walls
• Rock and Soil Nailing
• Soldier Piles/Lagging

For limited access and difficult drilling conditions, McCrossin Foundations expertly executes the implementation of micropiles, anchors, or small-diameter foundation elements. Earth retention systems, such as tiebacks, and soil nail walls help transfer load off of the excavation support to enable safe construction.

• Anchors and Tiebacks
• Tiedowns
• Rock and Soil Nailing
• Micropiles
• Design-Construct Services

Also known as caissons, drilled shafts are large-diameter, high-capacity foundation features that are secured in bedrock to withstand high loads and heavy structures.

• Secant Pile Walls
• Tangent Pile Walls
• Design-Construct Services

A safe, effective foundation must have the proper ground conditions; grouting improves soil that poses a threat to high-load, high-capacity projects.

• Foundation Grouting
• Compaction Grouting
• Design-Construct Services

An alternative to drilled shafts, piles are load-bearing foundational elements which can be used in softer soil for limited load-bearing structures.

• Driven Piling
• Sheet Piling
• Design-Construct Service

McCrossin Foundations safely works both “in the wet” and “in the dry” for marine projects necessitating drilling into underlying marine soils.

• Design-Construct Services
• Secant Pile Walls
• Tangent Pile Walls
• Driven Piling / Sheet Piling
• Anchors and Tiebacks
• Tiedowns
• Rock and Soil Nailing
• Micropiles
• Design-Construct Services