Bored pile foundations are used for tall buildings or massive industrial complexes that can bear the load of thousands of tons, most probably in unstable or difficult soil conditions. Bored pile is another type of reinforced concrete pile, which is used to support high building producing heavy vertical loads. Bore Pile Foundation has a large range of equipment available for the execution of bored piles ranging from limited headroom equipment to modern all hydraulic tracked machines capable of drilling holes in soil and rock. Soil and or rock is removed using purpose designed drill tools including soil and rock augers, drilling buckets, core barrels, and down hole hammer drills. Drilling to depths of up to 60 meters and to diameters from 300mm to in excess of 2 metres is possible in soil and rock. Various methods of support for the sides of bored piles during construction are available. These can be selected to suit the type of formation being drilled, the ground water regime encountered, and site environmental constraints. The advantage of bored piling is because the drilling method produces little vibration and lower noise level.