Foundation Drilling

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Keystone Foundation

Industry leading foundation drilling company serving the Northeastern United States


Rock Drilling

  • Our rock drilling machines are used to penetrate through rocks for the purpose of mining, well digging, or construction. 

Drilled Shafts

  • Drilled shafts, also referred to as drilled piers, caissons or bored piles, are deep foundation solutions used to support structures with large axial and lateral loads by excavating cylindrical shafts into the ground and filling them with concrete.


  • Micropiles are high-performance, high-capacity drilled deep foundation elements typically between 5–12 inches in diameter that can extend to depths of 200 feet and achieve working loads of over 200 tons. Micropiles are comprised of high-strength steel casing, rebar and grout.

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  • Address:
    1730 Walton Road – Suite 200
    Blue Bell, PA 19422

  • Phone:
    (610) 222-5958

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    Chaumont, NY

    NYSDOT Route 12 E Bridge Replacement

    Installation of thirteen 5’ diameter drilled shafts from sectional barges to support a new bridge over the Chaumont River.

      Eddystone, PA

      PSA Penn Terminal Mooring Bollard Installation

      Installation of five 100-ton and 200-ton bollards supported on 5’ and 7’ diameter drilled shafts up to 70’ depths along the existing berth. 

        Hartford, VT

        Replacement of Town Highway 6 Road Bridge for Vermont Department of Transportation (VTRANS)

        Installation of two 8’ diameter drilled shafts up to 50’ depths to support single column single column bridge piers.

        Greece, NY

        Greece Community Center Expansion

        Installation of 3’ to 8’ diameter drilled shafts to support elevated running track structure.
        Performed (1) lateral load test to 210 ton maximum test load on 5.5’ diameter production shaft.

          Chester, NY

          Sugarloaf 115 & 138 KV Substation Upgrades

          Installation of 3’ to 7’ diameter shafts to support new substation structures. One of the sites was inside an existing and active station.

            “On account of the fact that there is no glory attached to the foundations and that the source of success or failure are hidden deep in the ground, building foundations have always been treated as stepchildren and their acts of revenge for lack of attention can be very embarrassing.”

            Karl Terzaghi -Father of Soil Mechanics 1883-1963

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