Fort Bend County Pump Station Shoring

As part of a levee improvement project in Sugar Land, Texas, Stiver Engineering provided analysis and design for a three-sided shoring system with steel frames and timber lagging. The shoring was roughly 28.5 feet deep and set back in the levee with one side of the shoring system daylighting into the channel.

Lake Hartwell Water Treatment Plant – Raw Water Pump Station

Division 1 of this Project consists of, but is not limited to, the following: raw water pump station including passive intake screen, intake line, wetwell, two (2) vertical turbine pumps and space for a third pump, bridge crane, and potassium permanganate feed system; cast-in-place concrete 2.5 MGD pretreatment facilities including two-stage rapid mix, two-stage flocculation,…

TxDOT – Patterson Street Pump Station

A new pump station was being constructed in Houston, Texas to facilitate the widening of Interstate 10 on the west side of Downtown Houston; the existing site was on the bank of a tributary to White Oak Bayou. Stiver Engineering provided construction engineering by designing a sheet pile braced shoring system and staged the concrete…

Scott Street Pump Station Shoring Project

Stiver Engineering was hired to assist in construction engineering through shoring and excavation for the installation of the Scott Street pump station. We designed the soldier pile and timber lagging shoring and the reinforced concrete ring beams to support the soldier piles. The shoring system included w-section soldier piles, horizontal timber lagging, and reinforced concrete…