Montana Helical Piers’ experience in North Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Utah and South Dakota, and their unwavering attention to detail, innovative use of new tools make our installation crews the best and safest in the industry.
Oil Field Pump Jack
Each crew member has been properly trained and provided with model specifications and installation manuals to exceed your expectations for a quality installation, done right, the first time!
Base Installation Methods
There are a variety of conventional base installation methods available, depending on the pumping unit manufacturer, model, exact project locations and potentially changing ground conditions. Some base variations include full length concrete mat slab, drilled shaft support, slab and Helical Pier supported bases.
Helical Piers can be incorporated into a slab and grade beam system, pre-cast concrete system, or connected directly to the steel frames, to support well head frames, tanks, and all other associated equipment. In the expansive frost heave locations of North Dakota and Montana, the Helical Pier system eliminates frost jacking or heaving issues
Oil Field Tank Support
A Pre-cast Concrete pad is supported on Helical Piers in preparation for the Tank Battery. Helical Piles were installed in a grid, and the Pre-cast Concrete tank panels are set with a crane on the piers. After the concrete was in place, the panels for the slab were connected, then the walls were placed.
Our helical piers have been used throughout the oil field areas of the united states and Canada- Below showing use as both new construction and also used in tight retrofit applications allow safe and easy installation for all oil field situations including high lateral load on compressor stations and building supports both at grade and elevated platforms.