This project, located in San Antonio, Texas, required the construction of a reinforced concrete structure adjacent to Medio Creek. Stiver Engineering provided construction consulting by designing the shoring system for the excavation, which was constructed using soldier piles, timber lagging, wale sets, and knee braces.

The Houston rapid transit project specified that two 36-inch supply and return lines be relocated for the construction of the Metro Light Rail Downtown Line in Houston, Texas.

Stiver Engineering provided construction consulting by designing the shoring system for the excavation beneath Rusk Street in Downtown Houston, which was built using soldier piles, timber lagging, wale sets, and cross struts.

Stiver Engineering provided construction consulting by designing the shoring system for the excavation beneath 12th Street on the UTMB Campus in Galveston, Texas. The shoring system was designed using cantilevered soldier piles in the sandy soils by pinning the base of the soldier piles with a timber member or steel pipe cross strut.

A contractor in Downtown Houston, Texas approached Stiver Engineering and requested our assistance in the construction of a pedestrian tunnel connecting the Heritage Plaza skyscraper to a proposed parking garage across the intersection of Dallas St. and Bagby St. We  provided construction consulting by designing the shoring system for the excavation beneath the designated intersection in Downtown Houston. The shoring system was designed and constructed using soldier piles, wales, cross struts, road plates, and timber lagging to allow traffic to travel on a structural deck over the excavation.

This project specified the expansion of the County Road 31 bridge over Oyster Creek in north Brazoria County, Texas. Our primary goal was to provide the project’s contractor with temporary construction bridge designs, which consisted of driven steel piles, w-sections, and hardwood timber.

Stiver Engineering provides structural design to contractors throughout the United States with construction bridges over rivers, bayous, ditches, and pipelines to ensure the safe transportation of workers and materials in and out of construction sites.