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Credent Infra-Tech Solutions Private Limited formerly know as RB Infra Realtech Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

AT CREDENT we are known for excellence in a diverse range of construction fields. Our extensive experience in each and every realm is driven by the breadth and depth of our qualified teams, all who take pride in doing the best possible job for our clients.

CREDENT has provided services in foundation engineering including Diaphragm wall, piling works, Sheet Piling, Bridges, Flyover, Under Pass and Metro works, Box pushing, Soil and Rock Anchoring, Earth Retaining Structures including Earth Works and other civil works all over India. Our project locations have been in all major cities in India and have ranged from remote deserted place to big metro Politian and metro cities. Apart from construction we are also in Hiring of Construction Equipment's on business in north India.

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Safety for All

Strict safety protocols are followed by our teams to ensure zero accidents on site.

No Compromise in Quality

We use best in class machinery and employ the finest engineering minds for our projects.

Completion Before Time

We are well known for our before time project completion thanks to our meticulous planning.

Usage of Advanced Machinery

We invest in modern technology and advanced equipment to provide timely and safe solutions.

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600/800/1000MM Diaphragm Wall Construction

A diaphragm wall is a structural concrete wall constructed in a deep trench excavation, either cast in situ or using precast concrete components. Excavation is typically carried out using rope-suspended mechanical or hydraulically-operated grabs either cast in situ or using precast concrete components. Diaphragms walls are often used on congested sites, close to existing structures, where there is restricted headroom, or where the excavation is of a depth that would otherwise require the removal of much greater volumes of soil to provide stable battered slopes.


Bored cast in situ - Piling Work

Bored piles are steel reinforced concrete elements cast in situ used to transfer high loads through soil to deeper, more competent soil or rock stratum. Constructed with conventional Hydraulic Rotary Pilling Rig, the drilling tooling is selected to suit the nature of the soils to be excavated. Augers are adopted for clayey soils above the water table. Drilling buckets are adopted for digging loose, cohesion-less soil or soft clays below the water table. Rock profiles are best penetrated with rock augers or core barrels. Temporary casings are often used to maintain the integrity of the excavated shaft during the construction process and provide pile hole protection for personnel.


Sheet Pile

Sheet piles are sections of Steel sheet with interlocking edges (or clutches) that are driven into the ground to provide earth retention and excavation support. Vibratory Vibro hammers are often used to install sheet piles, although if soils are too hard/dense impact hammers can be used. Sheet pile walls are retaining walls constructed to retain earth, water or any other filling materials. These walls are thinner in section compared to masonry walls. Sheet pile walls are used for following: 1. Water front structures, i.e. in building wharfs, quays and piers. 2. Building diversion dams, such as cofferdams 3. River bank protection 4. Retaining the sides of cuts made in earth


Soil and Rock Anchoring

A ground anchor generally consists of a steel tendon (bar or strands) that is grouted into a pre-drilled hole in rock or soil. After the grout cures, the tendon is pulled into tension against a plate or block and is locked in place to resist movement of a retaining structure. These rock anchors or soil anchors are also referred to as “tiebacks. The basic components of a ground anchor are the: (1) bond length; (2) free stressing length; and (3) anchor head. The bond length, also called the “socket”, is that part of the anchor that transfers the tensile load from the steel tendon into the surrounding rock or soil. Anchors are often used for excavation support, or as a part of permanent retaining walls, or to resist up-lift forces on foundations. Rembco uses rock anchors to stabilize slopes and walls, provide tiebacks for bridges and towers, to stabilize dams, and to secure caisson bottoms.