Through our contracts for US Department of State, Federal Highway Administration, General Services Administration, Army Corps of Engineers, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, The White House, DC Government, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and various other Federal, State and Local government agencies, we have worked in all 50 states and 165 countries world-wide.
I-581/Valley View Blvd Interchange 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
Collington Stormwater Management Improvements
Prince George’s County, MD
University of Maryland College Park Human Performance and Academic Research Facility (HPARF) at Cole Field House College Park, MD
Towson University New Science Facility project Baltimore, MD
SaLUT provided Geotechnical Engineering design and construction administration service to support the construction of a new 316,000 sq ft, 4-story Science Building and associated facilities. The geotechnical study consisted of soil and rock sampling as well as a geophysical survey for top of rock delineation, soil and rock laboratory testing and providing recommendations to support the building on spread footing supported by weathered rock and aggregate piers, lateral earth pressures for retaining walls, pavement design for flexible and rigid pavements, and infiltration practices for SWM facilities. Construction administration scope of work included review of aggregate pier design submittal, respond to the Contractor’s RFI’s, and perform geotechnical consultation during construction.
Kingle Valley Trail, NW
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Cleanup QA
Under contract with the Army Corps of Engineers New Orleans District, SaLUT provided more than 50 QA inspectors in support of the debris cleanup from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. SaLUT’s QA inspectors were responsible for oversight of contractors performing removal operations throughout the region. SaLUT’s tasks include debris monitoring, personal property debris removal, right-of-entry permitting, leaners/ hangers, stumps, GPS-based activities, asbestos, and hazardous materials. SaLUT’s workers were deployed over seven Louisiana parishes. Midway through the project, the other seven contracts were terminated and only SaLUT’s contract was extended to support another year of cleanup.