Mixed-in-Place (MIP) is an in-situ soil mixing technique. Triple continuous augers drill down to the ﬁnal depth, under low pressure injection of cement slurry. Upon reaching the ﬁnal depth, the homogenization process takes place. During the homogenization process, the soil along the whole depth is mixed with the cement slurry. The use of triple continuous ﬂight augers enables a vertical material ﬂow, along the whole depth of the MIP-element, which assures a homogenized mixed soil along the whole depth of the element. MIP walls can reach depths down to 23 m below working platform and are offered in two thicknesses, 370 mm and 550 mm.