Eutaw teamed with Babcock Construction for the installation of a triple barrel run of 84″ steel pipe as part of a discharge system that runs directly beneath Hickory Avenue. Eutaw’s responsibility included all field supervision – specifically covering the design, installation, excavation and backfill of the 700′ long temporary retaining structure (TRS). The TRS required a 1,560′ wall of sheet piles driven to 55′ deep.
This project consists of the complete revitalization of the utility infrastructure that was damaged by Hurricane Katrina. This project required the replacement of 35,400 LF of sewer, 38,400 LF of water and 41,700 LF of gas line. All asphalt streets as well as concrete sidewalks and curb & gutter were removed and replaced. The aforementioned required being sensitive to the residents and local businesses during the holiday shopping season.
This project required the installation of approximately 1 mile of 60″Ductile Iron pipe that is the final phase of the 60″Water Transmission Main projects that have been ongoing for more than two decades and ties-in to the Amiss Water Treatment Plant. The final phase traverses narrow city streets while encountering numerous major underground utilities and elevated railroad crossings. The tie-in required Eutaw’s team and its subcontractor’s to expedite their work in a well planned and strictly scheduled manner as the plant was shut down during the tie-in process.
The overall project consists of 4 separate smaller projects – W1, W2, S1, S2 – requiring the installation of approximately 250,000 LF of water and sewer force mains. Projects are located in Pearl River County, Mississippi and centered in the municipalities of Picayune and Poplarville. Dungan Engineering is the engineer for this project.