Dewatering

North 30th Street Wet Weather Relief

North 30th Street Wet Weather Relief

Scope

Michels performed site preparation for a new storm water detention basin. The project included removal of approximately 24,000 tons of concrete slabs, concrete foundations and bituminous pavement. It also included removal of underground storage tanks, approximately 950 tons of identified hazardous waste and approximately 46,200 tons of impacted soil materials, construction of a pavement access road, storm sewer installation, site grading and low maintenance landscaping and fencing. Greater than 95 percent of removed concrete and bituminous pavement was crushed by Michels for re-use. Michels located and tied the new storm sewer into an existing double box culvert traversing the site approximately 10 feet below existing grade.

Projects

Michels performed a project consisting of the removal of the Alderwood Dam Bridge including the primary and secondary spillways, removal of organic muck lake bottom soils, and removal of the existing asphalt roadway.

Dewatering

Alderwood Dam Bridge

Wisconsin

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Alderwood Dam Bridge

Michels rehabilitated a deteriorated culvert beneath the coal pile of an active power plant. Joint repairs on the culvert were completed prior to the application of a carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) wrap to reinforced and strengthened the existing culvert structure.

Dewatering

84" Wabash Culvert Repair

Indiana

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84" Wabash Culvert Repair

Michels performed the environmental restoration of 155 acres within Jackson Park in Chicago.

Dewatering

Jackson Park Restoration

Illinois

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Jackson Park Restoration

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