McCrossin Foundations drilled seven 42-inch diameter shafts and rock sockets. The overburden drilling consisted of alluvial river bed sand and gravel approximately 20 feet thick. Each shaft had a 10-foot long rock socket in a medium hard sandstone that was excavated with rock augers and core barrels using an IMT AF190 drill rig.
The drilling was completed from causeways for the construction of a new bridge crossing the Tug Fork River in southwestern West Virginia.
Job Name: Roderfield Truss Bridge Replacement
Job Location: Roderfield, West Virginia
Job Type: Drilled Shafts
Start Date: June 2015
Completion Date: June 2015