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Nicholson Awarded Secant Pile Contract for St. Louis CSO Facility PDF Print E-mail
Written by Randy Post   
Sunday, 28 August 2016 22:02
Anchored secant pile wall in New York

Nicholson Construction was recently awarded a secant pile wall contract for the Maline Creek combined sewer overflow (CSO) project in St Louis, Missouri. Their scope of work will include 78 880-mm (~3-ft) piles to depths of 40 to 50 feet, 114 880-mm secant piles to approximately the same depth that will form a braced excavation. They will also install 4 seven foot diameter jet grout columns beneath an existing sewer to support it during excavation. [Source: More about the project at NicholsonConstruction.com. Image: Nicholson Construction]

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