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HCM Group - K2 Condominiums

K2 Condominiums

This development on King Street in Waterloo required approximately 15,000 SF of shoring for two levels of underground parking. RWH Engineering Inc. (RWH) designed a piles and lagging shoring system with rakers to reach depths up to 9 meters. Wet fine sands required careful excavation and lagging in small lifts to ensure no ground loss

Mount Royal University Conservatory

Mount Royal University Conservatory

Mount Royal University Conservatory Design considerations for the foundations were similar to previous projects in the area, with installation of approx. 220 cast-in-place belled piles. The project design team for structural & geotechnical engineering consisted of local firms of Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd. & Thurber Engineering Ltd. The need for the new addition to a

Love Condos

Love Condos

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This project involved approx 41,000 sf of piles and lagging temporary shoring system. The project was broken into two phase both consisting of piles and lagging with both rakers and tiebacks in order to avoid conflicts with neighboring properties. HCM along with RWH design and constructed the shoring system to meet the project scheduled and

St. Thomas Courthouse

St. Thomas Courthouse

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Alternate Methods Stop Running Sands HCM was retained to design, supply and install a complete shoring system to facilitate construction of the new St. Thomas Court House for EllisDon. Construction of the proposed shoring was initially for soldier piles and lagging with a single level of bracing using tiebacks. The existing structures were initially designed

Weston Tunnel Grade Separation

Weston Tunnel Grade Separation

Weston Tunnel Grade Separation HC Matcon achieved a significant milestone on the Weston Tunnel project, allowing for the GC to accelerate the schedule and make up for project delays. HCM mobilized 5 large diameter drill rigs and in seven and a half weeks installed 311 soldier piles (12,000 linear feet) drilled into bedrock up to

TTC Wilson Complex Modification

TTC Wilson Complex Modification

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Engineering Solutions The Toronto Transit Commission will be purchasing all new subway cars in the near future, creating the requirement of larger maintenance carhouses. The original contract drawings employed caisson wall, soldier piles and lagging, and conventional concrete underpinning for the earthwork specifications related to our field of work. HC Matcon proposed an alternative engineered

EEEL University of Calgary

EEEL University of Calgary

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Zero Ground Loss This project followed shortly after finishing the Taylor Family Digital Library project, which was in close proximity to this site on the same campus. Design considerations for the foundations were almost identical to the previous project, with the installation of approximately 175 cast-in-place belled piles. Again, this new building was a result