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Featured Case Studies

Consumnes River Boulevard

One of the largest transportation projects in the city of Sacramento, California over the last quarter-century, the Cosumnes River Boulevard extension was nearly fifty years in the making.
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Kaneohe Kailua Tunnel

One unique aspect of Tropical climates such as those experienced in Oahu, HI, is that, because of the heavy rain seasons, wastewater management can be a tremendous challenge.
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Michigan Ditch

In the early 1900’s, the 5.2 mile-long Michigan Ditch was built to transfer mountain water from the west side to the east side of Never Summer Mountains in Jackson County, CO. This tunnel has provided essential water supply to the city of Fort Collins for the last 40 years; but in 2015 “The Mudslide” occurred and, during this shift in soil, nearly 95% of the water supply was cut off. This required a rapid repair and a unique, creative construction.
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Brooklyn Basin

The city of Oakland is experiencing a significant transformation on its estuary: the Brooklyn Basin. Developed over a period of ten years, the Brooklyn Basin project is transforming 64 acres of post-industrial land on the Oakland Estuary into a neighborhood with 32 acres of parks, open spaces, restored wetlands, more than 3,000 residences, 200,000 square feet of retail and commercial space. This project will not only restore essentially unused land, but will significantly increase commerce and economic development in the city of Oakland.
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CSX Rail Station

One of the largest Class 1 railroads in the country, CSX Transportation owns a vast expanse of railways across the U.S. and heavily relies on the smooth operation of its railways and rail stations for effective delivery of goods and services...
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Frost Gully Culvert Rehabilitation

Freeport, Maine has long been known for its storefronts, perhaps particularly the L.L. Bean store in the center of town. As one of the main thoroughfares through Freeport, US Route 1 is vital to the area commerce. In 2016, the Frost Gully Crossing on U.S. Route 1 about a mile north of Freeport began to degrade, and a sturdy rehabilitation solution was needed.
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Gold King Mine

More than a year after the toxic waste spill at the Gold King Mine near Silverton, Colorado, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently named the mine as a Superfund site for remediation. A significant portion of the reclamation of this notorious mine would involve annular filling of portions of the mine for future operations.
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VA Hospital - Parking Deck Garage

For the last twenty years, the Veterans Administration (VA) has been considering building a new hospital in Denver, Colorado; in 2013, they were finally ready to begin construction. This state-of-the-art facility is intended to replace older VA facilities in the Denver and surrounding areas, improving services provided to local veterans.
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Void Fill Under Bridge Approach

With more than 12,000 bridges across the state of North Carolina, the state’s Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has its hands full maintaining these structures and making sure that its residents and visitors have safe passage to their destinations. When the flood waters from Hurricane Matthew washed out a NC-72 bridge outside of Fayetteville, NCDOT needed a quick solution that would ensure long-term stability in extreme weather
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Florida SR 50 Lane Expansion

Spanning the state of Florida just north of Orlando, Florida State Road (SR) 50 is a major thoroughfare for locals and tourists alike. Since it was built, this road has experienced significant settlement and restorative construction because it was placed on top of soft-soil organic deposits. When the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) decided to widen portions of SR 50, they knew the project would be unique and require creative engineering on segments to ensure long-term stability of the roadway.
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Trench Utility Backfill

Trenches are one of the most common but also one of the most complex types of construction projects. There is a plethora of considerations when constructing or remediating a trench, especially a trench that houses municipality utilities. In September 2016, the City of Branson, Missouri hired an outside consulting firm, Olsson Associates, to manage the construction of what would be one of the city’s most vital trenches.
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PennDot Route 30 Sinkhole

While sometimes appearing relatively small, sinkholes are more dangerous than you might think.
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St. Louis Gateway Arch

The city of St. Louis is undergoing a grand transformation, largely funded by the City Arch River Foundation, which since 2009 has been revitalizing the grounds that surround the city’s famous gateway arch. One of the largest parts of this expansive project is the renovation of the underground visitor center and museum, which tells the history of this unique city.
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Roosevelt Avenue Bridge

The Roosevelt Avenue Bridge in Flushing, NY has been carrying New York City commuters and area residents for more than 80 years. When it was built in 1927, this bridge was the largest double-leaf draw bridge in the world.
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Indoor Pool Abandonment

Swimming pools might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of office space, but that is exactly what one new building owner in Newark, Delaware found when recently purchasing an office.
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Hanlan Water Project

With a population of nearly 1.5 million, the Regional Municipality of Peel is the second-largest municipality in Ontario, and it is rapidly expanding. In 2011, it was clear that the Peel Region was in dire need of a major expansion to its water infrastructure. Thus began the Hanlan Water Project.
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Marine Corps Airstation El Toro

Cell-Crete Corporation was subcontracted to complete the decommissioning of the USTs, each of which had contained 567,000 gallons of fuel and were 88 feet in diameter and 13 feet in height. The material used to fill the USTs had to be high in compressive strength and enviornmentally friendly, and Cell-Crete chose to use Aerix’s Aerlite-iX non-pervious cellular concrete.
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SR 542 Anderson Creek

This $8.1 million project began with the removal of the existing double-box culvert and the fish ladder, which had become functionally deficient. The existing earthen fill was then dug out, leaving room for a new lightweight fill.
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I-95 Lane Expansion

I-95 is the most traveled highway on the east coast and therefore constantly undergoing a myriad of construction work. This expansion was the second of three stages of construction in PennDOT’s $212 million interchange improvement project.
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Lexington Pipe Fill

Nearly 70 cubic yards of pipeline in Lexington was in need of repair or replacement. A common method for repairing aging underground pipeline is to install a new, smaller pipe into the existing pipe, this is the method that the city of Lexington chose for their project.
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Louis Armstrong International Airport

In order to provide the required strength needed for this vault pavement fill, our pervious flowable concrete, AQUAERiX was used creating a solid foundation for the entire pavement system. The installation of 3,000 cubic yards of AQUAERiX was completed within four days.
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Atlanta Pipeline Project Spotlight

6,500 cubic yards of AERLITE-iX, approximately 1.5 miles was pumped into gas lines which saved Atlanta Gas Light time and money.
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Citi Field Project Spotlight

AQUAERiX pervious cellular concrete was used as a subbase for a major league baseball field to promote proper drainage without additional loading, and saved the owner a considerable amount of money and time on the construction schedule.
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Enlow Fork Coal Mine Project Spotlight - NEW!

AQUAERiX lightweight cellular concrete was used to fill the annular space of a coal mine decline tunnel for the prevention of potential safety hazards caused by the inflow of water at the point where the concrete tunnel liner and the shotcrete tunnel liner met.
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Colorado Springs Abandoned Mine Void Fill

A subdivision in Colorado Springs, CO was built on top of the abandoned Rapson Coal Mine. As a result of continuing subsidence events the State of Colorado designed a void fill plan utilizing a foamed-sand slurry produced from ARX-Transport.
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Brightwater Conveyance System

A growing population required the King County Wastewater Treatment Division to construct the new Brightwater Treatment System. Lightweight cellular concrete was used to fill the annular space around the pipes in the conveyance tunnel. This challenging project required the material to be pumped long distances from a single access shaft.
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Dowd Junction Landslide

The slope between two major highways became saturated from spring snow melt resulting in a landslide. The specialty contractor stabilized the active landslide and a new retaining wall structure was placed at the toe of the slope. Maintaining proper drainage would be key to reducing the possibility of future failures. AQUAERiX pervious cellular concrete was the ideal choice for the fill material behind the retaining wall.
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Coney Island Subway Station

All New York City subway repairs take place in a maintenance building located on Coney Island. Originally built in the 1920's on poor soils, the building had been experiencing settlement issues for more than 50 years. A combination of micropiles and cellular concrete void fill was implemented as a more permanent solution.
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Rose Coulee Bridge Appraoch

Located in a flood zone, the Rose Coulee bridge approach was experiencing settlement due to embankment materials washing out during high water events. North Dakota Department of Transportation engineers recommended unloading the upper portion of the embankment, replacing the excavated material with pervious cellular lightweight concrete fill.
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Rose Coulee Bridge Appraoch

Located in a flood zone, the Rose Coulee bridge approach was experiencing settlement due to embankment materials washing out during high water events. North Dakota Department of Transportation engineers recommended unloading the upper portion of the embankment, replacing the excavated material with pervious cellular lightweight concrete fill.
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I-70 Roadway Settlement Mitigation

A portion of Interstate 70 in Summit County, Colorado was built on a large landslide mass. Regular movement of the mass causes settlement and damage to the roadway. Looking for a settlement mitigation plan that would reduce the expensive annual / multi-annual asphalt overlays, the Colorado Department of Transportation engineers devised a solution that utillized drilled shafts filled with cellular lightweight concrete produced with Aerix Industries' progressive AERLITE-iX foam liquid concentrate, allowing the contractor to produce a material that was very low slump and placed at large lifts, a technological break through for the industry.
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