Keltbray and City, University of London to develop hollow pile

Keltbray has agreed an exclusive licence of the City, University of London IP for of the sustainable reusable pile (or hollow pile) as part of its ongoing commitment to reducing carbon emissions across its portfolio of projects. The key benefit of the hollow pile is that it significantly reduces the embodied carbon within bored piling foundations through reducing the total volume of concrete required in each pile.

Keltbray and City, University of London to develop hollow pile Keltbray and City, University of London to develop hollow pile Keltbray and City, University of London to develop hollow pile Keltbray and City, University of London to develop hollow pile Keltbray and City, University of London to develop hollow pile

Keltbray has agreed an exclusive licence of the City, University of London IP for of the sustainable reusable pile (or hollow pile) as part of its ongoing commitment to reducing carbon emissions across its portfolio of projects

Keltbray is working with construction partners on combining the product with low carbon concretes to further reduce the embodied carbon within the piles by up to 90 per cent (compared to traditional