With the Patented Technology of Concentrated pile milling, Brextor® is the best possible solution for the otherwise tedious job of milling Pile heads before the placement of the Pile Cap.

The customer and his needs determine our actions. With above-average services, we help our customers to survive in an increasingly competitive market. We constantly use our employees' expertise to improve our offerings.

The next-generation solution comes with a purely modular attachment that can be operated through the hydraulics of any heavy equipment otherwise used on the site. The overall effect is not only cost, manpower, time, and increased throughput savings but also a positive environmental impact.

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Case Studies

HS2 bullet train line (UK)

29 piles Ø 1200 mm I 178 piles Ø 1500 mm I 24 piles Ø 1800 mm The High Speed 2 (HS2) project in England is a major infrastructure project aimed at creating a high-speed rail link between London and various cities in the north of England. The planned route will run over several phases, with the first phase providing a link between London and Birmingham, followed by later extensions to Manchester and Leeds. HS2 is designed to reduce travel times, increase the capacity of the rail network, and promote economic development in various regions. However, the project has also received criticism regarding its costs, environmental impact, and the potential expropriation of land. The progress and implementation of the project continue to be the subject of public debate and political decisions in the UK. In the context of pile head processing, this refers to the preparation and processing of piles, which are necessary for the stability of the infrastructure and in particular bridges and viaducts.

Shinkansen high-speed line (JP)

60 piles Ø 1500 mm Cropping of piles in Japan! The first piles have been processed with Brextor®! This is the impressive project “Pillars of Shinkansen Elevated Bridge” a remarkable project that contributes to the expansion of the Hokkaido Shinkansen in Tomakomai, Hokkaido. The piers of the Shinkansen elevated bridge consist of a series of concrete pillars supporting an elevated bridge for the Hokkaido Shinkansen, Japan’s high-speed rail network. Located in Tomakomai, Hokkaido, the bridge spans the Tomakomai River and is a central part of the planned extension from Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto to Sapporo, which is scheduled for completion in 2030. Number of piles: 60 Pile diameter: 1500mm Dismantling height: 1800 mm

Roche Tower (CH)

43 piles Ø 1200 mm | 104 piles 1500 mm The Roche Tower is a high-rise office building in Basel belonging to the Swiss-based pharmaceutical company Roche Holding has used BREXTOR. Building 2 looks similar to the Roche Tower (Building 1) by Herzog & de Meuron. It is 205 meters high with 50 floors and offers around 2,400 office workplaces. It has thus replaced Building 1 as the tallest high-rise building in Switzerland. The investment sum is estimated at 550 million Swiss francs.

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