Complex Shoring Requires Innovative Design Work on this site involved the supply and installation of caissons, underpinning, rock anchors, as well as both traditional soldier pile and lagging and shotcrete shoring systems.
Two new elevators on the east and west sides of St. Clair station were installed to allow easier access for disabled persons. During construction, HC Matcon was confronted withsome interesting challenges, including
Versatile Installations Minimized Costs Work on the Kidd's Creek Culvert Restoration project involved the supply and installation of 600 plus helical pile supports for new catch basins, man holes, culverts and storm
A Shotcrete Solution to a Difficult Problem Work to the existing Biosolids Facility required the installation of deep pits and foundations for proposed processing equipment. Due to the tight confines of the
Shotcrete: Low Cost and Overcoming Hillside Access Issues This 12,000 sq. ft. project involved temporary hillside shoring for a developer in Tillsonburg. The project was completed during winter months with winter protection
Remediation with Innovation Design This site involved remediation of an old gas station site that experienced underground leaks in the tanks. Working in conjunction with our sister company, Quantum Environmental a raker,soldier