Acquisition of geotechnical contractor Moretrench further strengthens the company’s product range, geographic footprint, and sector diversity. Hanover, Md., April 19, 2018 – Keller and Hayward Baker have acquired Moretrench, a contractor operating predominantly along the east […]
UK-based geotechnical mega-company, Keller, has recently acquired US-based geotechnical contractor Moretrench for $90M. Moretrench works primarily on the east coast and in addition to all manner of geotechnical construction expertise, they also have specialty expertise […]
There is a new player in the ground engineering and specialty geotechnical construction market in North America…well, sort of. Quanta Subsurface is a collection of (at present) 9 specialty contractors all owned by Quanta Services, […]
PITTSBURGH, PA – Nicholson Construction recently completed emergency repair work to an unstable pier supporting a bridge on INDOT’s Interstate 65. These repairs enabled a 37-mile section of the highway’s northbound lanes to be reopened after a four-week closure.
The highway was in the process of being rehabilitated and widened when the pier was damaged by steel piles driven into the water tight ground below it. The pier began to settle and eventually rotated ten inches.
Nicholson developed a design-build solution that used micropiles to transfer the loads to more stable soils and low-mobility grouting to fill voids and densify the upper subsurface layer.
[Editor] Read on to hear more about Nicholson’s fix of this unstable bridge pier. [/Editor]
Specialty geotechnical contractor Moretrench is pleased to announce that Vice President and Chief Engineer Paul C. Schmall, Ph.D., P.E., D.GE, has been selected as the 2015 recipient of the Wallace Hayward Baker Award. This prestigious […]
Last week I attended the AEG 2013 conference in Seattle, Washington. The conference was excellent, with many great presentations and networking opportunities. I have been playing catch-up since I returned, but I have some very […]
GeoPrac.net is very pleased to announce our newest website sponsor, geotechnical contractor Hayward Baker! They are the #1 ranked Specialty Excavation/Foundation Contractor according too Engineering News-Record, a spot they have held for many years. With […]
Dan Cadenhead will serve as Hayward Baker’s senior vice president heading its Western Region. Cadenhead is also the president of Hayward Baker’s sister company, Anderson Drilling which was acquired by parent company Keller Group in […]
An article about DBM Contractors of Federal Way, Washington. They are a specialty geotechnical contractor and are working on the Capital Hill Station for the Sound Transit light rail system in the Seattle Metro area. […]
Mar 10, 2011 – Odenton, Md. – John P. Rubright has been named president of Hayward Baker. He succeeds George R. Grisham as the fifth president of the company.
Rubright has been with Hayward Baker for 25 years. A civil engineer, he is highly experienced in geotechnical construction applications and has managed projects employing many of Hayward Baker’s technologies. Prior to being named president, he served for ten years as vice president and then senior vice president of the company’s Southern Region, where he directed financial, manpower and equipment resources along with being responsible for the design, management and installation of specialty construction projects in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama and the Caribbean countries.
[Editor] Click through for the rest of this press release from Hayward Baker. [/Editor]