The idea of installing retaining systems without tie-back anchoring is almost inconceivable nowadays.
Bauer revolutionized the special geotechnical works with its invention of the ground anchor in 1958. Excavation pits with no obstructive strutting have been the standard ever since. Today ground anchors are used to secure pile walls, sheet piles, Mixed-in-Place walls or diaphragm walls, as well as steep slopes, support embankments and quay walls. Installing ground anchors is a technically elegant, cost-effective and, above all, operationally efficient solution for many construction projects. Whether for temporary or permanent use, in single-rod or strand anchor configuration, in the dry or protecting against pressing groundwater, the Bauer ground anchor is usable in all kinds of soil and in rock. Experienced, continuously trained drilling crews, high-performance special equipment and comprehensive quality control ensure rapid, technically fault-free execution of Bauer ground anchors.