Hexagonal pipe replacement refers to a soil replacement procedure using the open caisson method. The soil is punched out with hexagonal pipes. This particular shape is ideal for resisting and dissipating earth pressures in the hexagonal ring and also for absorbing external forces acting on the structure. The method begins by vibrating steel elements in position and arranged in a close-meshed honeycomb structure. This avoids the laborious multiple treatment of remediation points and keeps construction workflows swift and efficient. As a result, we offer our customers soil replacement practically without overlaps with many advantages over other methods when it comes to costs.