Kana Pipeline Images
Naturally-occurring groundwater conditions combined with El Nino storms increased the need for groundwater and other remediation to dewater the site and ensure dry jobsite conditions in order to complete the underground wet utility pipeline installation portion of this new residential
Here is a photo of a rebar-reinforced concrete box in the process of having concrete poured by pipeline structure crews. This concrete box is at least 10 feet wide and is used for certain storm drainage systems applications.
V-Bucket is named for its "v"-shaped bucket extension. Here, a v-bucket is attached to an excavator, instead of a flat, square shaped bucket attachment. Using a v-bucket attachment saves valuable time during excavation operations. Also, less time will be used
Junction structures are concrete structures that are often poured-in-place at the intersection of 2 or more storm drainage pipeline systems. Good carpentry work is important to building a structurally secure concrete basin. These usually have an opening at the top
Storm Drainage Systems are being installed alongside a new high rise hotel in Orange County, CA. Storm Drainage is an important component to any new commercial development, and plays in important part in being compliant with the EPA's NPDES permit
This large diameter sewer clay pipe, also known as VCP pipe, is being installed as part of pipeline infrastructure to support new residential and commercial developments in Southern California.
This straw-made material is typically used as part of Best Management Practices, a.k.a. "BMP's." A straw wattle has several uses: it captures inlet sedimentation; generally prevents sedimentation runoff in active construction jobsites; works as a check dam; diverts flow and
For wet utility pipeline construction installations, HDPE is typically a black in color and corrugated. It varies in size. Here it is being installed in a pipeline construction project.
An I-Beam has several names, "double-T", "UB" or "Universal Beam", "RSJ" or "Rolled Steel Joist", "W-Beam" meaning "wide" flange. Mostly, it gets is name because it looks like the shape of the capital letter "I." It is usually made of
Engineered shoring is necessary to prevent trench collapse, which is specifically required whenever trench excavations are 20 feet or deeper. Engineered shoring varies from project to project and is specifically designed to accommodate the type of installation that would be
This is basically metal corrugated metal pipe (or "CMP") which has been specifically designed, or "squashed" to meet certain water retainage requirements of a construction project. After it has been squashed, it is considered a pipe arch for its "arch"
This soil penetrometer is a tool used to test cohesiveness of soil during the excavation process. To learn more, read our blog about pipeline trenching and various ways to test soil types which helps determine the best shoring methods to