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…

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Houston Water Line Capital Project

Stiver Engineering provided numerous services for capital improvements to a 108- inch-diameter water line running from Aldine Westfield Road to Willis Street in Houston, Texas. We created shoring and portal designs for launch and receiving shafts — some as deep as 31 feet — using sheet pile and soldier piles, wale sets, steel plates, timber…

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…

Charlotte Airport Shoring Project

As a part of a terminal and ramp expansion project at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Stiver Engineering provided a custom beam and plate lagging shoring design that was greater than 2,500 feet long. The 30-foot and 35-foot steel H-piles for the shoring system were driven prior to construction to avoid conflict with the elevated…