Pipeline and Watermain Projects

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Provided Geotechnical Engineering Recommendations for the construction of a new 36 inch waterline which will generally run as follows; north of Memorial Highway along Berkeley Road, then on Lakeshore Drive through Wiltshire Drive crossing Kensington Road north to Covington Highway an estimated distance of approximately 6800 LF.

MC Squared Inc. provided Geotechnical Engineering recommendations for a Scott Blvd. 30” Water Line including recommendation for horizontal directional drilling in Dekalb County, Georgia.

Provided subsurface investigations and associated recommendations for a proposed 38,500 LF water transmission main (36” and 42”) through the Starkey wellfield including a special trenchless crossing utilizing horizontal directional drilling tunneling across the Anclote River. We provided materials testing inspections (soils, concrete and asphalt) during the construction phase.[/hippo-accordion-item]

Provided subsurface investigations and geotechnical recommendations for the design of an approximate 13,000 LF - 16 inch force main along the west side of Balm/Riverview Road in Hillsborough County. The project extended from Big Bend Road to CR 672.[/hippo-accordion-item]

Provided subsurface investigations and geotechnical recommendations for the design of an approximate 15,000 LF - 36 to 42 inch watermain replacement within Belcher Road. The limits of the project extended from Brian Diary Road to East Bay Drive.

Provided onsite construction materials testing and inspection services such as concrete and soils testing, and offsite in lab concrete compression testing and soil identification tests for the installation of a new transmission main.

MC Squared provided construction oversight, management & inspection and construction materials testing and inspection of soils, concrete and asphalt on the construction of water transmission main along Macland Road in Cobb County, Georgia from Macland Circle near the Cobb County/Paulding County boundary to Lost Mountain Road; comprising approximately 10,200 LF of 36 inch ductile iron pipe and 5,050 LF of 24 inch ductile iron pipe.

Provided onsite construction materials testing and inspection services such as concrete and soils testing, and offsite in lab concrete compression testing and soil identification tests for the installation of a new watermain.

Provided subsurface investigations and associated recommendations for this project which was intended to improve the water quality of the effluent from the Combined Sewer Outfall (CSO) system of the Stockade sub-basin in southeast Atlanta. The plan included the design of approximately 52,000 LF of new sanitary sewer and 11,000 LF of new storm sewers including tunneling under I-20.

Provided subsurface investigations and associated recommendations for a proposed 20 inch waterline along 19th Street within the City of Tampa. The project included approximately 4,000 LF of pipeline including horizontal directional drilling under SR 60 and a CSR Railroad Line.

Provided subsurface investigations and associated recommendations for a proposed 36 inch force main within the City of Tampa. The project included approximately 20,000 LF of pipeline including horizontal directional drilling under the Hillsborough River. (Micro-tunneling)

Provided subsurface investigations and associated recommendations for a proposed 12 inch parallel force main along SR 60 in Hillsborough County, Florida. The project included approximately 6000 LF of pipeline including horizontal directional drilling across I-75. (Micro-tunneling)

Provided subsurface investigations and associated recommendations for a reclaimed water line in Hillsborough County, Florida. The project included approximately 1800 LF of pipeline including a jack and bore under Dale Mabry Highway.

Provided subsurface investigations and associated recommendations for a proposed 54 inch stormwater forcemain along 30th Street from Bouganvilla Ave. to 113th St.

Provided subsurface investigations and Geotechnical recommendations for the replacement of two (2) separate watermains across Allens Creek. The first was a 42 inch replacement along the west side of US 19, the second crossing was a 36 inch replacement located in an easement east of US 19. Both crossings were subaqueous across Allens Creek. (Tunnels)

Provided subsurface investigations and associated Geotechnical Engineering Recommendations for a proposed 48 inch waterline from the David L. Tippin Treatment Plant to South Tampa, a distance of approximately 65,000 LF. The project included horizontal directional drilling tunneling under the Hillsborough River as well as numerous deep tunnel crossings under major roadways along the project alignment.

Performed a limited Phase I along the project corridor to evaluate potential contamination that could affect the development of the project which included 7000 LF of stormwater tunnel thru a residential neighborhood. The project was intended to alleviate flooding.


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