The latest issue of Deep Foundations Magazine is available online from the Deep Foundations Institute (DFI). The September/October 2017 issue cover story is about the 2017 OPA Winning Project – The Expansion and Preservation of the Andrew Mellon Building in Washington D.C. This project involved adding a basement beneath the existing foundations of the National Historic Landmark. Berkel & Company Contractors designed micropiles to serve as the shoring system and the permanent deep foundation elements.
Check out this free recorded webinar from DFI consisting of a panel discussion on the use of software for slope stabilization held at DFI’s SSI: Stabilize, Support and Improve seminar on August 30 2017 in […]
The ADSC/IAFD has produced a safety video on Micropile & Anchored Earth Retention. It’s sure to be a great training video for contractors, but it is also a great resource for engineers and inspectors who […]
This is an awesome limited access foundation project from Crux Subsurface! They designed and installed micropile foundations for new steel tubular towers to replace old steel latice structures. The high altitude (about 10,000 feet) meant […]