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South American Deep Freeze

When all previous efforts failed to halt soil and water ingress into a deep shaft under construction in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina,  Moretrench was called in to provide a ground freezing solution that successfully resolved the issues, allowing excavation to continue to final depth in the dry.

Up Against A Wall

Installation of rock anchors for a 50-foot high, exposed retaining wall constructed in steeply sloping terrain was the challenge facing Moretrench during reconstruction of a section of State Route 38 in northwestern Pennsylvania. A value-engineered design and anchor installation using Moretrench’s specially adapted severe-access drill rig were instrumental in the success of the project.

Deep Shafts in Karst

Drill and blast installation of the three deep shafts through highly variable karstic conditions was the challenge facing the design and construction teams for Phase 2 of a 23,000 foot-long sewer tunnel in Columbus, OH. A specially designed pre-grouting program developed by Moretrench was key to successful excavation in the dry.

Stabilizing the Bridge

When foundation installation for a new bridge across the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach County, FL, caused the timber foundations of the aging bridge it would replace to settle, a stabilization program was urgently needed to avoid having to close the bridge entirely until the new structure was completed.

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Around Moretrench: Moretrench Receives Innovations in Ground Improvement Award

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Specialty geotechnical contractor Moretrench  is the first recipient of  the  Innovations in Ground Improvement Award, which was presented during the Colorado School of Mines annual short course on Ground Improvement…

Around Moretrench: Drilling Down in Florida

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Making sure your next project  gets off to the right start is what Moretrench is all about.  No matter the requirement –groundwater control, excavation support, settlement control,  ground improvement, foundation…

Around Moretrench: Handling Coal Ash

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Moretrench is well-known for its dewatering expertise in the civil construction marketplace.  What is not so well known, is that we have been applying that same expertise to the drainage…

I have a lot of confidence in Moretrench. The company has a solid culture that values expertise and quality work….If Moretrench takes on a job, you know it will be done right.

DAVID CACOILO, MUESER RUTLEDGE CONSULTING ENGINEERS