Berth 7 NC State Ports

Here we had to demo the existing waterlines for the berth to be extended. Following this work we will install new waterlines for drinking water and fire hose connections.

Ann St, Fayetteville, NC – Stage 1

Some home town work! This is phase 1 installing a 8″ DR11 HDPE water and 8″ DR11 HDPE sewer line across a truss system to enable the prime contractor to demo the bridge.

I-395, VA

Here we installed fiberglass and ridged metal conduit for power, telecoms and ITS in addition to junction boxes and under-bridge lighting on multiple bridges in Virginia around the DC area.

Roanoke Rapids, NC

For this project we where called to perform an emergency repair on 250 LF of 12″ DIP waterline that had frozen come apart and had fallen into the river. We replaced hangers and pipe and tested the system all within 2 days.

Topsail Beach, NC

This was a demo job to take down 3000 linear feet of 12″ ductile iron pipe waterline including hangers following a new 30″ waterline that was bored underneath the river.

 

Industrial Blvd, Chesapeake Bay, VA

Installing 4″ Fiberglass Conduit on the side of the bridge.

Hickory, NC

This project was to install 380 LF of 12″ ductile iron waterline on canter leaver hangers to the side of the bridge. Access to install the waterline on the bridge over the river was made easy via the use of one of our bridge trucks as shown in the pictures.

Kanawha Falls

This project was to install an insulated 8″ ductile iron waterline on roller hangers across the center of a 900 LF bridge over the Kanawha Falls river to carry drinking water to the homes on the other side of the river. King Electric worked with Mountaineer Welding and Construction to help them complete the full in ground and bridge attached areas of this project.

Gainesville

Here we installed a 12″ ductile iron water line for the City of Gainesville. This was attached to the bridge over the Suwannee River.

Potomac Park

For this project we had to demo 2 ductile iron 8″ waterlines and replace with 12″ ductile iron waterlines. This project come with the challenges in that nothing could sit in the water due to environmental issues. So our bridge truck was the only way to complete this project staying out of the water and carrying the weight of 12″ ductile iron pipe 40′

under the bridge.

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