Lannon Quarry Stationay Jaw Plant Crusher

The Lannon Quarry Stationary Jaw Plant Crusher is a Welded Wire Wall that was constructed in 2016.  The Wall is located in Lannon, WI, and designed by CESaretti Engineered Solutions.

 

Wall Details:

  • Welded Wire Wall, two angle points
  • Maximum Wall Height of 34’
  • Maximum Mat Length of 24’
  • Live Traffic Surcharge - Loaded CAT 777 Loader on a 34’x21’ Distribution Slab – 505  psfDead Load – 2.0’ Thick Concrete Distribution Slab – 300 psf
  • 50-year design life – Hot Dip Galvanized steel
  • 5,672 SF

Caltrans 01-0B5104

The Caltrans 01-0B5104 project is a Cribwall. The project is located on Hwy 101 north of Leggett, CA.  The Cribwall is 1900 sf, and 30 feet tall.  The owner is California Department of Transportation, and the contractor was Mendocino Construction Services, Inc.

Caltrans Mud Creek Rockfall Berms Hwy

The Caltrans Mud Creek Rockfall Berms Hwy Project is a Welded Wire Wall.  The Project is Located on Highway 1 in Big Sur, CA, and was needed as a result of the 2017 Landslide in Big Sur. The Welded Wire Wall is 25,000 square feet.  The Owner is California Department of Transportation.  The wall designer for the project was Gresham Eckrich at Yeh and Associates, and the contractor was John Madonna Construction Co., Inc.

Lilliwaup Falls Power Project

The Lilliwaup Falls Power Project is a Welded Wire Wall constructed in 2014. The project is located in Mason County, WA. The wall height is 54 feet and 6,064 square feet. The owner of the wall is Lilliwaup Falls Generating Co. The wall designers for the project were Ontiveros, Cesaretti & Prebor/Jacobs Associates and the contractor was Granite Construction Company.

Walmart Store #232302

The Walmart Store #2323-02 Project is a Gabion-faced M.S.E. wall constructed in 2012. The Walmart Store #2323-02 project is located 3497 Bethel Rd SE, Port Orchard, WA. The wall height is 15 ft and is 3,339 square feet. The owner of the wall is Walmart. The wall designer for the project was Terracon Consulting Engineers and Scientist and the contractor was Stan Palmer Construction.

South Fork Flathead – Hungry Horse

The South Fork Flathead – Hungry Horse project is a Eureka Reinforced Soil wall and was constructed in 2017. This project is located in Hungry Horse, Flathead County 59919, Montana. The South Fork Flathead- Hungry Horse wall is 6,032 Square feet and 34 feet tall. The wall is owned by Montana Department of Transportation. The wall designer for the project was CESaretti Engineered Solutions and the contractor was Knife River.

State Route 36

The State Route 36 project is a Welded Wire Wall, and was constructed in 2017. The State Route 36 wall is located between Bridgeville & Dinsmore, Humboldt County, California. The wall height is 50 feet and is 28736 square feet. The wall is owned by Federal Highway Administration, Central Federal Lands. CESaretti Engineering Solutions was the projects wall designer and Mercer Fraser Company was the contractor.

Foothills Trail Bridge

The Foothills Trail Bridge Project is a Welded Wire Wall and was constructed in 2016. The Foothills Trail Bridge wall is located in Buckley, Pierce County 98321,Washington. The wall is 6040 Square feet and is 38 feet tall. Pierce County Public Works is the owner of the wall. SHN Consulting Engineers & Geologists was the wall designer for the project and N&T Digmore Inc. was the contractor.

SR 542 Anderson Creek Culvert

The SR 542 Anderson Creek Culvert project is a Eureka Reinforced Soil Wall constructed in 2016. The SR 542 Anderson Creek Culvert wall is located in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington. The max wall height is 50 feet, is 30,532 feet and the walls backfill is lightweight cellular concrete. The owner and wall designer of the project is Washington State Dept. of Transportation. The contractor for the wall was Granite Construction Company.

Salt Creek Heights

The Salt Creek Heights project is a welded wire wall and was constructed in 2017. The Salt Creek Heights wall is located Buenaventura Blvd Creek Crossing, Redding, California. The wall is 12000 square feet and 43 feet tall. The owner of the wall is Sierra Pacific Industries / City of Redding. The Wall designer for the project was SHN Consulting Engineers & Geologists and the contractor was EarthTech West Ltd. Many of the photos below show the wall after the major Northern California "Carr" fire.

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