Deep Foundation Drilling & Grouting

Drilled Shafts

Excavating and concreting drilled shafts to support structures with significant axial and lateral loads, ensuring deep foundational stability.

Drilled Shafts

Brayman Construction Corp. (BCC) was subcontracted by Advantage Steel and Construction, LLC to perform a repair procedure involving a new anchorage system to attach the suspension cable at one corner of the Wheeling Suspension Bridge.
Brayman was subcontracted to provide foundation support for the construction of the new three-building Westinghouse Global Headquarters and Education Campus located on an 83 acre parcel in Cranberry Township, PA.
The project involved the rehabilitation of an 11 span, curved girder bridge linking SR 2083 - Section A01, ramp S to SR 2037 - ramp T in Allegheny County, East Pittsburgh Borough.
Brayman Construction Corporation was contracted by PENNDOT to repair and strengthen the existing Freeport Bridge over the Allegheny River north of Pittsburgh, PA.
Completion of this project further extends Allegheny County’s Light Rail System from underneath downtown Pittsburgh and the Allegheny River to the North Shore.
Brayman was contracted by the WV Division of Highways to construct a new 2,975’ long concrete segmental bridge outside of Charleston, WV to carry eastbound I-64 over the Kanawha River.
Brayman’s scope of work required installation of deep foundation systems for the elevated guideways and stations.
The new River Wall project is a component of a larger effort to improve and modernize the navigation facilities on the Lower Monongahela River between Braddock and Charleroi.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation awarded Brayman to rehabilitate the existing Strank Bridge located in Johnstown, PA.
The Ices Ferry Bridge project involved the replacement of a steel through-truss bridge with a new 960-LF four-span steel girder bridge located near Morgantown, WV.
Brayman's scope of work required installation of an 800-foot, tieback-anchored soldier beam and lagging wall, comprised of 99-each soldier beams; 91-each, 7-strand and 8-strand Class I corrosion protected anchors; and 15,000-SF of mixed 4-inch thick hardwood lagging.
This project consisted of a new four-span steel structure bridge for CSX Railroad, located in Youngstown, Ohio.
Brayman was contracted to replace the existing seven-span steel truss Greensburg Pike Bridge carrying SR 7467 over Turtle Creek and three active Norfolk Southern rail tracks located in Allegheny County, PA.
Brayman was selected to install 50 epoxy coated dam anchors, which upgraded the structure to current federal dam safety standards.
Post tension anchors, spillway access platforms, underwater anchors, increased dam height via post tensioned pre-cast panels, 2 mile access road, shoring, caissons, soil nail wall, this job had it all.
The project consisted of two phases. Phase 1 involved the installation of an anchored sheet pile retaining wall and the installation of eight 120-inch diameter caissons. Phase 2 included the installation of structural steel beams and the construction of a 120-foot by 46-foot concrete deck.
The Masontown Bridge project involved the replacement of an existing 11-span, two lane steel truss structure with a new 1,700-LF 7-span four lane plate girder bridge.
The project scope involves building seven, separate precast concrete structures offsite, then loading the segments onto barges, delivering them to the job site, and assembling them into place, under water, using floating A-frame cranes.
Brayman’s scope of work included installation of soldier beams, and tiebacks anchors while working closely with other contractors on precast panel installation and backfilling activities.
Work consisted of 2 temporary "fill walls", needed to support the existing roadway in fill areas until new MSE walls could be constructed and 2 permanent "cut walls", needed in areas where the new third lane construction required cutting existing embankments.
Brayman’s scope of work included installation of 11-each large diameter shafts, up to 240-feet deep and 42-inch diameter, which will be used for various utilities.
The Lilly Bridge project involved replacement of a cantilever truss bridge with a new 1,220-LF five-span, fabricated steel girder bridge.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Replacement of the Hulton Bridge near Oakmont, PA, involved the replacement of a two lane truss bridge with a new 1,633 LF four lane five span haunched girder bridge erected upstream of the existing bridge on the Allegheny River.
Brayman’s scope of work required installation of a secant pile excavation support system comprised of 152-each, 48-inch diameter interconnecting secant piles (12,309-LF) with depths up to 91-feet, as well as installation of 150-each, 18-inch diameter augercast piles for structure foundation support.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s replacement of the SR 136 Bridge near Eighty Four, PA, was the first use of a two-span continuous fabricated structural steel precast concrete deck module system in Pennsylvania.
Brayman was subcontracted to provide specialty geotechnical construction services in support of the 414 Light Street Apartment Complex project located at the corner of Light and Conway Streets on the edge of the Inner Harbor seaport of Baltimore, MD.
The new 130-feet long two-lane bridge consisted of a single-span steel beam five-girder structure with new abutments supported by drilled caissons and rock anchors.
Brayman was contracted by Songer Steel Services, Inc. to complete the concrete foundations for a new gas processing De-Ethanizer facility being constructed by a midstream operator located in Butler County, PA.
This award winning new bridge is a cable stay structure with 326’ tall delta shaped towers and a 900’ main span (the longest span ever constructed by ODOT).
Brayman's scope of work required the installation of 318-each caissons comprising 239-each, 60-inch diameter; 58-each, 54-inch diameter; 18-each, 48-inch diameter; and 3-each, 42-inch diameter shafts.
The modernization effort at this site will ultimately result in the construction of two new 84-feet wide by 720-feet long chambers to replace the existing 56-feet wide lock currently in operation.
The project comprised the installation of 86 caissons with diameters ranging from 30" to 54".
Brayman has completed two of the three bridges in 2017 including Romigh Road Bridge which is a two lane 80-feet long span, and Snake Run Bridge which is a three lane 123-feet span. Brayman is set to complete the third and final Park Quarry bridge in summer of 2018.
The New River Parkway is a Heavy Civil Project encompassing the construction of just over five miles of new roadway, while maintaining traffic along the New River in Hinton, WV.
Twenty-three post tensioned dam anchors were installed to upgrade capacity of the dam while working around multiple other sub-contractors in very tight access.
Brayman’s work consisted of the installation of four drilled sump foundations and as well as 250 concrete spread footers, pedestal supports, wall piers, building foundations, and containment slabs to support the various equipment for the gas processing facility.
This project consists of four and one-half feet drilled Shafts at the abutments and six and one-half feet drilled shafts at the river piers.
Project consists of 60,000 CY of rock excavation, 65,000 CY common excavation, over 100,000 CY embankment material, 90,000 CY of mass concrete and over 1,150 high capacity dam anchors. It will also include a grout curtain and reconstruction of the left and right river banks.

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