Cutter Soil Mixing (CSM) panels are formed by drilling overlapping primary and secondary panels to depths up to below grade to serve as a soil retaining and water cutoff wall. Two soldier beams are precisely placed in each panel with survey control and templates to maintain proper placement and verticality. Bentonite slurry is used during drilling. It is replaced with cement slurry during extraction to provide a structurally sound, low permeability wall.
Morris-Shea has the experience and manpower necessary to maintain the engineering integrity and construction processes demanded for multiple energy projects.
Deep foundation contractor Morris-Shea installed DeWaal piles, rigid inclusions and shoring at Ford Motor Company’s expansive new production facility near Stanton, Tennessee.
The concurrent installation of nearly 66,000 DeWaal piles at new LNG terminals in Corpus Christi, Texas and Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana required numerous highly skilled crews of deep foundation professionals.