The MIP process
Advantages of the MIP method
- By using the triple auger, hetero-
geneous soil structures are homo-
genized. The phenomenon of
familiar from slim
wall production is
- Using the existing in-situ soil as
a building material/aggregate
- The MIP process is highly attrac-
tive particularly in
terms, as it generates
less noise and fewer emissions.
- The technique of
drilling reduces the strain on the
often unstable dams and dykes
as well as on local residents.
of the cut-
off wall is made possible by
installing reinforcing elements.
- Product quality is assured by
preparatory and in-
mix design can be
at any time on-site.
This enables the suspension to
be adjusted to the actual ground
- The closed suspension circuit
no contamination of
the dyke slopes
means short construction times.
- MIP is
cut-off wall methods.
A comparison of transport volumes between the construction of a MIP
wall and a pile wall very clearly demonstrates the economic and eco-
Building materials concrete, cement, bentonite
… to the site
… from the site
he engineers at specialist foun-
dation engineering company
Bauer Spezialtiefbau can call
upon many years of experience.
Bauer has been carrying out Mixed-
in-Place projects for over 20 years.
Since 1994, this extensive expertise
has been pooled in a dedicated spe-
cialist department. Well trained teams
and high-tech equipment enable the
MIP process to be applied in virtually
any soil formation.
is a question of experience