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Golf Course Irrigation Repair Project Secured by Slide Rail System

Recently a North Carolina golf course encountered a failure with their irrigation system which became a major concern to the overall integrity of its landscape infrastructure. After a thorough inspection, it was discovered that a 48-inch corrugated steel pipe was the main cause for the failure. The irrigation system was ...


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Contractor Uses a Custom Pipe Puller for a Unique Fiberglass Pipeline Project

A well-known national contractor was tasked with the installation of a new pipeline located on an existing reservoir in the northern part of California. The pipes were constructed out of fiberglass in sections of 20-ft long with a diameter of 84-inches. After evaluating the installation process; it was determined that ...


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Cast In Place Pump Station – Sump Separator Secured By Site Specific Slide Rail with a Dual System 80 Tie Back

A Texas contractor was awarded the construction of a cast in place pump station. The project would require an excavation cut of 91-ft in length, with a width of 27-ft, and a depth of 20-ft. The geotech report classified the wet sandy soil as Type C-80. The project site would ...


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Slide Rail Secures Culvert Installation

Recently a Denver contractor was task to build a vault around an existing 108–inch concrete pipe. The project would require an excavation cut of 24-ft in length, with a width of 24-ft, and a depth of 20-ft. The competent person on site classified the sandy and wet soil as Type ...


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Slide Rail and Sheeting Guide Frame Secures Utility Upgrades

Over the years the City of Denver has seen tremendous traffic growth resulting in a negative impact for daily commuters.  As a result, new infrastructure would be needed to alleviate and improve the flow of traffic.  The improvements would consist of expanding the freeway with the addition of two new ...


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Site-Specific Shoring Secures A Storage Tank Installation

A Texas contractor was awarded the installation of storage tanks for a new gas station. The project would require an excavation cut of 54-ft in length, with a width of 29-ft, and a depth of 16-ft. The competent person on site classified the rocky soil as Type-B. The project site ...


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Trench Boxes Used for Soil Revitalization Project and Drainage Upgrade

A Southcentral Texas City needed to revitalize an old drainage creek and turn the area into a cultural park with an outdoor theater and walking trails. The city awarded the project to a joint venture which would be in charge of completing the four phases of the project. The project ...


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Site-Specific Shoring Secures Culvert Installation

A well-established national contractor was tasked to install high box culverts to improve the flow of storm water located in the center of an industrial district. The project would require an excavation cut of 60-ft in length, with a width of 28-ft, and a depth of 24-ft; that the competent ...


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Multiple Shoring Systems Secure Storm Sewer Project

A well-established national contractor was awarded a storm sewer project in a very populated city in the state of Illinois. The project would require the installation of a 42-inch and a 60-inch storm sewer pipe via bore including a pre-cast manhole. The project would require three bore pits with an ...


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Linear Slide Rail System Used for a Culvert Installation

A Las Vegas contractor was tasked with constructing new culverts and replacing deteriorating culvert lines located on the grounds of a future sporting arena. The project would require an excavation cut of 150-ft in length with a width of 32-ft and a depth of 16-ft. The second excavation required a ...


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