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Installing helical piles on a construction site

Helical Pile Overview
Design Theory & Installation

1 Hour


NCSEA Provider Number – 230831A

Learning Objective 2:
Design & Theory

Design Considerations


Individual Bearing Method



Cylindrical Shear

Torque Correlation


Testing Standards

Predicted Capacity Torque Correlation

New Study and Basic Equation

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Meet Your Instructor
Moncef Souissi, PH D

Civil Engineering Ph.D. from Colorado State University, provides engineering education.

Moncef Souissi, a Civil Engineer with a PhD from Colorado State University, joined Cantsink after seven years of working as an ICC building products field tester for the IAS lab. He also served as a research assistant, teaching assistant, and instructor at CSU. Fluent in three languages, he is experienced in concrete and foundation design. He has taught Soil Mechanics, Mechanics of Material, Statics and Material Testing, and published a paper on helical pile capacity. He received his B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Minnesota and his M.S. degree from CSU.
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E. Hogan, Continuing Education attendee

“Great presentation! I learned a lot about helical pile applications.”

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Our team at Cantsink looks forward to assisting you in choosing the right product for your application and providing the free installation training to ensure you feel comfortable with the process. Contact our team today for details. With Cantsink’s unwavering commitment to quality and ICC-certified performance, this is why our helical piles are always the right choice: