Time flies! It seems like only last month our previous newsletter revealed that we were chasing the COVE project… but it was April, and we have come a long way since.
Welcome to spring, and another edition of our humble company newsletter.
Randy and Crew — including Billy, Russell, Steve and Trevor — safely and efficiently completed the Bear River Combi Wall over the winter. This was a pipe pile driven structure with sheet pile spans to keep the existing highway from landsliding down a steep bank. Only a narrow gravel road could be carved into the slope to create access. The road was not wide enough to fit both the new structure and the crane, so the wall had to be built from only the end… backing up as each module was completed. The challenging weather, access, and the large diameter pile sizing, created an opportunity for the adventurous. As usual, the only type of jobs we seem to get.
Trent and Crew are finished at the new Irving Marine Terminal in St. John’s Newfoundland. Nine months of challenging drilling and driving have been successful. Our part, the pile foundations for the new wharf, were completed on schedule and on budget. We are currently in the process of organizing, maintaining, and storing our plant back in NS.
Time flies. We have moved along and/or completed a lot of work since our last Newsletter.
Trent & crew (Russell, Shane, Billy, Jason & Newfoundland Dave) are certainly on schedule & budget on our job in St. John's. The sheet pile wall is in, the vertical piles are drilled & socketed, & they have just recently completed the drilled
Happy New Year. It has been almost 6 months since our last Newsletter excepting that we had full review of the annual highlights at the recent Christmas party.
Gordon Roach & crew have just finished building the last of the stoplogs for Nalcor. 66 units are neatly stacked in the yard & ready for shipment in the spring.