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Water/Wastewater Projects
Terre Arch's Quick Installation Exceeds Football Schedule  Read More

Red Lion Area School District

Red Lion Area School District
York County, Pennsylvania - When Red Lion Area School District renovated its stadium facility and field, an aggresssive schedule was proposed. A Terre Arch™ stormwater management system was the best solution for this project because it provided a quick installation and met all agency requirements. In fact, the project was completed ahead of schedule allowing the football team to play its home games as scheduled.

CON/SPAN Replaces Bridge, Receives Two ABCD Awards  Read More

Burnt House Road

Burnt House Road
Dickinson Township, Pennsylvania - When the original, 100 year old, single-lane Burnt House Road bridge was closed due to its extremely deterioriated state, a replacement was necessary. After consideration, a triple span CON/SPAN® B-Series Bridge System, 36’ in length, was selected for its ability to imitate the aesthetics of the original structure while reducing the cost of future maintenance and providing a quick installation for the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. This bridge received two awards from the Association of Bridge Construction and Design for its ability to integrate with its natural, physical setting.

Three MULTI-PLATE Structures Provide Wildlife Crossings  Read More

SR 89

State Route 89 Wildlife Connectivity
Kanab, Utah - In order to prevent mule deer from being hit by motorists, the Utah Department of Transportation worked to obtain the necessary funding for three wildlife crossing structures under Highway 89. Three MULTI-PLATE® pipe arch structures were selected as the solution to tunnel the deer safely underneath the highway. To complete the project, 11 miles of 8’ high fences were installed on both sides of the highway in order to encourage the deer to utilize the safety of the underpasses.


A2 Liner Rehabilitates and Strengthens Existing HDPE Culvert  Read More

ORNL Culvert Reline

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Culvert Reline
Oak Ridge, Tennessee - The Spallation Neutron Source facility, located at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, was in need of a replacement for an existing HDPE culvert in order to accommodate additional loads during future expansion. Instead, it became clear that the most economical solution was to reline the existing culvert rather than replace it. As a solution, A2™ Liner was selected for its sliplining technology with direct-bury strength of 46 psi stiffness and ability to increase load bearing capacity of the existing structure.

Keystone Compac III and MULTI-PLATE Bring Life to Northern California Development  Read More

Jordan Ranch

Jordan Ranch
Dublin, California -  Over the last several years, 189 acres of land has undergone a dramatic transformation and is now the site of a six-neighborhood, 780 residential unit development called Jordan Ranch. A structure was needed to cross a creek in the area creating a main entrance to the new development. A 16' MULTI-PLATE® structural product, 147' in length, was selected for its strength, durability and ability to be installed without disturbing the creek. To complete the bridge, 4,300 square feet of Keystone Compac III Victorian was installed around the MULTI-PLATE and along the road. 

ChamberMaxx Part of Complete Green Street Solution  Read More

Ocean Park Blvd

Ocean Park Boulevard
Santa Monica, California - The community in the Ocean Park Boulevard area requested solutions to issues based on scale, character, health, safety, sustainability, landscaping, accessibility and circulation. To address the stormwater issue, the following products were utilized: four basins of ChamberMaxx® ranging from 945 CF to 4,590 CF of storage, two basins of 84” perforated corrugated metal pipe (CMP) with approximately 4,000 and 10,000 CF of storage and one basin of 24” perforated CMP with approximately 250 CF of storage.

EXPRESS Foundations Expedite Installation of Bridge Replacement  Read More

KY 1850

KY 1850 Stream Crossing Uses New EXPRESS Foundations
Warbranch, Kentucky - A low water crossing located on KY 1850 in Leslie County was a continuous maintenance problem for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and the traveling public. The new solution required a larger, clear span opening, with a quick installation in order to minimize construction time and the disruption to traffic. The KYTC selected a 20’ x 5’ CON/SPAN® B-series Bridge System installed on EXPRESS™ Foundations. This quick, five-hour installation provided at least a three day time savings over a cast-in-place option, with the entire project completed in only eight days. 

Continental Allows Safe Passage for School Children  Read More

SR 87

State Route 87
Duchesne, Utah - In order to provide safe passage for children heading to school, the City of Duchesne asked the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) to widen an existing highway bridge over Duchesne River. Instead, UDOT chose to install an 8’ x 148’ Connector®-style Continental® truss bridge with a weathering steel finish and concrete decking. Construction went well and the bridge was ready for the children arriving back to school after winter break.

Slotted Drain Efficiently Removes Surface Water  Read More

Greenview Drive

Greenview Drive Widening
Lynchburg, Virginia - When the City of Lynchburg, Virginia widened Greenview Drive, a hundred feet of variable height Slotted Drain was utilized to help with the runoff on the roadway after a rain event. Slotted Drain efficiently removes surface water from the surface of the streets and with the straight-side grate and reinforcing spacer plates, it was a clear and cost-effective solution for the City. 

Open Bottom Aluminum Box Culverts Provide Aquatic Passage  Read More

US Forest Service - East River

U.S. Forest Service — East River, Quigley Creek and Rock Creek
Gothic, Colorado - Three existing structures over streams in the area of the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forest were deteriorating and failure was imminent. Design of the new structures needed to halt the over-topping of the roads during sudden snow melt. As the solutions, the U.S. Forest Service chose Aluminum Box Culverts in the following locations and sizes: East River (20’-3” x 8’-5” x 32’-6”), Quigley Creek (10’ x 4’-10” x 28’) and Rock Creek (10’ x 4’-10” x 28’). These structures were selected for the open bottom design which allows for aquatic passage, ease of installation, the ability to accommodate a limited vertical height as well as low cost.

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