UMA goes deep to anchor Georgia pump station

Writing for GDI, Brian M. Fraley provides an insight into how a US contractor utilised rock anchors to build stable foundations for a pump station on ground in a fluctuating water table near a creek.

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The Beretta T46 drilling rig used by UMA was equipped with a down-the-hole hammer with a 4-1/2in bit to drill rock sockets

You need to build a stable foundation for improvements to a pump station but you are located in a 5ft water table within proximity to a creek. How do you keep the foundation from rising?