InvestNova specializes in foundations of different types. 

  1. Surface Foundation:
    • Shoes: They are concrete plates located directly under the walls or columns, distributing the load over a larger area.
    • Slabs: They are used to distribute loads evenly over the ground, commonly in residential construction.
  2. Deep Foundation:

    • Piles: They are elongated elements that are inserted vertically into the soil until more stable layers are reached. They can be made of wood, concrete or steel.
    • Caisson or Caisson: Concrete structures that are sunk into the ground and filled with material to provide additional weight and stability.
  3. Corridor Foundation:

    • Foundation Beams: They are linear elements that connect several footings, providing additional stability to the structure.

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