Project included mass grading, temporary erosion control measures, installing temporary gravel roadways, installation of water, sanitary sewer and gas utilities, installation of storm and drainage structures, and stabilization of exposed areas over an approximate 500 acre area in anticipation of an estimated $800 million facility.
ESE was retained by Eutaw Construction for on-site Geotechnical Engineering and in-place soil compaction testing on a 7 day a week 14 hours per day schedule from April 2014 through early 2015. Staffing included as many as 3 technicians and 1 on-site project manager on a daily basis.
Project included new construction of a five stories motel structure on a former pond site. ESE's services included geotechnical investigation with rock-bearing caisson recommendations along with site testing including subgrade undercut evaluations, fill testing, caisson inspection and testing, and concrete testing services.
Project included new construction of a pedestrian bridge with 130 feet span over the North Fork Little River in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. ESE's services included geotechnical investigation borings with engineering recommendations for caissons, footings, and retaining walls.
Project included redevelopment of existing fairgrounds park along with excavation of new 85 boat slip marina along the Cumberland River. ESE was retained as the Geotechnical Engineer of Record and Quality Assurance testing agency on behalf of the Owner.
ESE was retained to provide subsurface investigation borings to better define existing pavement, base stone, and subgrade conditions for proposed roadway improvement project. Project length approximately two miles. Field work was coordinated with traffic control services
ESE was retained to provide subsurface investigation borings and driven concrete pile capacities for new clear span bridges to replace six existing county road bridges. Sites are in rural areas some with difficult site access and traffic control considerations.