Ashburton Tanks Project

The Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) is converting open-air drinking water lakes to buried tanks to help preserve the city’s drinking water system and comply with federal Safe Drinking Water Act regulations. Stiver Engineering provided a custom shoring pit with support frame, plans for pipe supports and pipe hangers for large diameter steel pipe. We also provided the review…

Paradise Whitney Interceptor

The sewer system in the city of Las Vegas was disjointed and inefficient. Connections to the main sewer line were sporadic, and relief sewers could not adequately intercept flow. To support the City’s waste management, Stiver Engineering provided key design services for the Paradise Whitney Interceptor in Las Vegas. The project consisted of a 32,000-foot…

72-Inch Water Line Shoring Design

Stiver Engineering provided shoring design services for a 72-inch water line project from Emancipation Avenue to Tuam Street on Clay Street in Houston, Texas. Stiver’s work included secant pile shaft design for the launch and receiving shafts. The shafts are 34 ft ID and 80 ft deep. We also created designs for the breakout structure…

Northeast Transmission Line Shoring Design–no long and lat

Stiver Engineering provided key design services for the Northeast Transmission Line (NETL) project in Houston. The NETL will transmit 365 million gallons of water a day from the Northeast Water Purification Plant through a 108-inch steel waterline to approximately 900,000 homes in Harris County. Stiver provided a shoring design using soldier piles, wale sets, and…