Joes Creek Interceptor Improvement Project

The Joes Creek Interceptor project in Dallas involves 8,370 linear feet of 60-inch excavated diameter tunnel that will house 36-inch HOBAS carrier pipe. There are 20 shafts (ranging from 21 to 48 vertical feet in depth), and ground conditions include sand, sand with gravel, sandstone, sandy clay, shaley clay, and shale (Eagle Ford). Stiver Engineering…

Schoharie Reservoir Low Level Outlet Microtunnel

As part of a major infrastructure project at the Schoharie Reservoir in Gilboa, New York, Stiver Engineering provided a variety of services for a low-level outlet designed to release water downstream into Schoharie Creek to facilitate dam maintenance and emergency response, mitigate flood risk, and enhance downstream habitat for fish and wildlife. The work includes…

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Parmer Lane Wastewater Tunnel Interceptor

Stiver Engineering performed analysis and design work for rock anchors and HSS steel frames for a 44.5-inch diameter pipe support inside a 96-inch diameter tunnel. The supports were designed for critical load combinations generated from buoyant forces and self-weight of the pipe.

Myrtle Morehead Drainage Improvements

As part of a micro-tunnel project in Charlotte, North Carolina, Stiver Engineering created plans for seven tunnel boring machine runs along with launch and receiving shaft design. The plans included designs for a trench box bore pit, pile and lagging shafts at various depths and soil conditions, and a liner plate circular shaft with multiple…