A Seaboard Foundations’ employee received a “Gold Coin” Award from AEP Safety for outstanding jobsite safety during this project.
Restoration of existing and construction of new 168kV transmissions lines were required between Kenedy and Tuleta, Texas. The right of way spanned various terrains and remote areas.
The project required large diameter anchor bolts and direct embed foundations. The geotechnical conditions for drilling varied from loose sands to very hard rock. Multiple road crossings and undulating terrain also posed a challenge. The travel times for ready mix concrete from batching to placing were excessive.
Seaboard Foundations closely coordinated with the general contractor and the owner to develop a work plan specific to each foundation location with its unique challenges. One location required working within the confines of an active prison. Drilled shafts with anchor bolts and direct embed foundations were constructed to support the transmission towers. Volumetric batching for concrete was used to eliminate concerns for travel time between batching and placing concrete.
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