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Project Included major improvements to the I-581/Valley View Blvd interchange with major components as follows:
* Widening existing Valley View Blvd bridge over I-581
* New pedestrian bridge over I-581
* 8 new access road ramps with up to 50-feet of fill
* Widening I-581
* Several retaining walls up to 25-feet high
* Stormwater Management facility
The project consists of the construction of an approximately 316,000 square feet, two-winged building with an atrium in the center along with a generator pad and new stormwater management (SWM) facilities. Retaining walls will be constructed around the perimeter of the generator pad to retain the surrounding soil. SaLUT provided Geotechnical engineering services for this project including test borings, infiltration testing and laboratory testing. A report was completed on subsurface conditions encountered, and provided GeoTechnical engineering conclusions and recommendations for the design and construction of the proposed building, site retaining wall, generator pad, and SWM facilities.
Renovation of the existing Cole Field House building and constructing additions on the side of the building, two (2) new outdoor football practice fields and stormwater management (SWM) facilities. Test borings, field infiltration testing and laboratory services were provided by SaLUT-TLB. SaLUT-TLB also provided recommendations for the design and construction of the building additions and stormwater management facilities.
To meet the Stormwater management requirements for the Collington Trade Center Park the existing Stormwater management facility required modifications and upgrades. SaLUT-TLB provided Geotechnical engineering to assess the existing Stormwater embankment for conformance to NRCS Code 378 and requested design modifications which included raising the embankment about 5-feet to increase storage capacity. The Geotechnical services included drilling test boring, laboratory testing and Geotechnical analysis and report.
Design and construction of cement-stabilized, reclaimed pavements to support Airfield Rescue and Fire Fighting vehicles weighing more than 200,000 lbs. Used an innovative full-depth reclamation process that reduced costs more than 50% and avoided environmental concerns. The roads have been in service since 2006 without any reported problems.
Performed a nationwide study to document the long-term performance of FDR stabilized with Ordinary Portland Cement. Report included experience of various state and local agency with FDR, laboratory design protocol, field construction techniques, problems encountered, innovative approaches to address the problem, and lessons learned.
Design and construction of lime and cement stabilized subgrades for highway pavements. During mix design, problems in the chemical reaction of on-site soils and lime were observed. Studied the soil-chemistry and were able to utilize a special Portland cement concrete. Subgrade soils were stabilized and costs reduced by almost $1,000,000.
Performed pavement condition survey in accordance with ASTM and DelDOT standards for various pavement segments. Compared results of visual pavement condition survey with automated pavement distress survey.