Cowlitz Valley ERFO Repairs Phase 3 is a Steepened Slope wall that is 25 feet tall and 1,500 sf. . The wall is located near Randle in Lewis County WA, and was constructed in 2019 by AM Excavating, LLC. The wall is owned by the USDA Forest Service Region 6.
Hot Wheels Base Terminal at Alpine Meadows is a Welded Wire Wall that was constructed in 2019. The wall is 4,500 sf and also consists of 111 cy of ArtWeld Gabions at the top. The wall is located at the Alpine Meadows Treeline Cirque lift, and is owned by Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows.
The Spruce Railroad Seg A/B is a Welded Wire Wall located near Port Angeles, WA. The Wall is 2,850 SF and 18' tall. It was constructed in 2019 by Bruch & Bruch Construction and was designed by Cesaretti Engineer Solutions. The owner of the wall is the US Dept. of the Interior, Natl Park Service / FHWA.
The PSHIA Turf Removal & Landscape Design is an ArtWeld Gabion Project Constructed in 2018 by GKP General Contracting Inc. The project is located at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Internation Airport and is owned by the City of Phoenix Aviation Deptartment. The PSHIA Turf Removal & Landscape Design consists of 2,023 cy of ArtWeld Gabions.
I-84 Rockfall is a Eureka Reinforced Soil wall. The wall was built in 2004 and is located in The Dalles, Oregon. The wall is 18 feet tall and 4,720 sf, and was designed by SHN Consulting Engineers.
Port of the Dalles project is a 30 foot tall, 47,488 sf Eureka Reinforced Soil wall. It is located on the Columbia River Highway, Wasco County, Oregon. The wall is owned by the Oregon DOT, it was built in 1997 by Mocon Corp. and was designed by SHN Consulting Engineers.
The Power House Excavation Arrowrock Dam Project consists of two Welded Wire Walls with ArtWeld Gabions. The two Welded Wire Walls total 8,000 sf with a height of 28', one of the walls also consists of 45 cy of ArtWeld Gabions. The walls were construced in 2009 by Mountain States Hydro LLC, and was designed by American Geo Technics.
The smoky canyon mine project is a Welded Wire Wall and ArtWeld Gabion wall constructed in October 2013 located in Caribou National Forest, Idaho (approximately 20 miles from Afton, Wyoming). The wall designer is K. Jeffrey Nelson, P.E., SHN Consulting Engineers & Geologists.
The Savage Mine project is a commercial galvanized welded wire wall constructed in August 2015. The project is located near Sidney, Montana. The wall designer is Collins Engineers, Inc and the contractor is Westmoreland Coal Company.
• Welded Wire Wall
• Maximum Wall Height of 26’
• Maximum Mat Length of 21’
• 10-year design life – Commercial Galvanized steel
• 2,896 SF
The Non-Metallic Mining Facility Project is a hot-dipped galvanized Welded Wire Wall constructed in September 2015. The project is located in Blair, Trempealeau County, Wisconsin. The wall designer is Kirk Cesaretti, P.E., CESaretti Engineered Solutions and the contractor for the project is Gerke Excavating Company.