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Earth Retention

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Earth Retention

The Brayman Team completed the drilling and installation of 1250 Nails and installed 29,000 SF of shotcrete as part of the CONSOL Coal Refuse Disposal Area 7 Project in Greene County, Pennsylvania.
Erected just upstream of the old bridge, the new 1096lf structure is a three-span steel haunch plate girder design carrying two lanes of traffic plus an eight-foot wide sidewalk.
Brayman was contracted to provide specialty construction services in support of a safety improvement project located at Paddy Creek Dam on Lake James near Nebo, NC.
Not only was our team able to prevent the roadway from sliding into Ten Mile Creek, we also prevented an ensuing road closure accompanied by a 35-mile traffic detour.
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 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.
Brayman’s scope of work involved installation of a 335-feet long driven sheet pile retaining wall along the Elk River, as well as installation of a temporary 35-feet long sheet pile wall outside of the high water mark.
Installation of an 80' deep tied back retaining wall.

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