McCrossin Foundations was contracted to install a 2,511-foot wall of steel sheeting varying from 10 feet to 35 feet, which was the main component of all floodwall construction on the project. A combi wall consisting of 700 feet was required to be installed where ground conditions revealed rock. Alternating sheet piles and 24-inch pipe piles drilled and grouted into 12-feet of the rock were used for wall construction.
In addition to sheeting, McCrossin Foundations was also subcontracted to install 109-each 24-inch diameter x 25-feet deep drilled shafts for a retrofit of the existing North flood wall. The last phase of the project includes installation of 18-inch pipe piles to be used as barge anchors for maintenance of the treatment lagoons.
Job Name: Raritan-Millstone Water Treatment Plant Long-Term Flood Protection Project
Job Location: Bridgewater, NJ
Job Type: Pile Driving & Drilled Shafts
Start Date: March 2017
Completion Date: March 2018