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Archived Photos

September 26, 2013

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A steel frame is used as a template to ensure the pipe pile is located properly and set at the proper alignment.

An impact hammer is used to drive the pipe pile through the last few feet of soil to ensure the pile is properly seated and obtains the capacity needed. The markings on the pile indicate that the pile extends approximately 67 feet below the working platform.


A vibratory hammer is used to drive the pile pipe through the upper layers of soil. The markings on the pile indicate that the pile extends approximately 58 feet below the working platform.


A 2' 6" diameter steel pipe pile for the temporary trestle bridge is being lifted into place. The temporary trestle bridge will act as a platform for the contractor to build the new bridge from.
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