Projects by Battle Ridge Builders
On 12, Dec 2017 | In Heavy Civil | By Battle Ridge Builders
Construction of a new 85-ft single span precast prestressed bulb-tee bridge over Cut Bank Creek, with an abutment foundation of cast-in-place concrete cap, backwall and wing walls supported on driven steel piles. Remove and disposal of existing bridge, installation of detour bridge, substructure & superstructure construction, bridge railings and riprap placement.
Owner: Glacier County
On 12, Aug 2017 | In Heavy Civil | By Battle Ridge Builders
Demolish existing & provide a new butterfly gate valve, slide gate, wet well access ladder, low flow piping & cathodic protection, all 36ft below the surface. Custom designed and built lifting device to remove a 6,000lb valve.
Owner: US Army Corps of Engineers
Removal of the existing bridge, structure excavation, installation and supply of structural backfill and riprap, supply and drive steel pile foundation, cast-in-place concrete pile caps, wingwalls & end diaphragms, supply and installation of the 78-foot single–span bulb-tee precast, prestressed concrete bridge superstructure, bridge rail & approach guardrail.
Owner: Carbon County
Construction of a new precast concrete bridge spanning over Pishkun Canal approximately 2 miles south of Pishkun Reservoir. The work included excavation and backfill for new abutments, PIP concrete bearing abutments, and the installation of the new 96 foot, prestressed bulb tee concrete bridge superstructure; along with the installation of ancillary work such as guardrails, riprap, approach roadwork, and traffic control measures.
Owner: Public Land/Water Access Association
Emergency repairs to the historic four span structure crossing the Jefferson River. The work consisted of pier stabilization, steel stringer supply and installation and riprap installation.
Owner: Jefferson County
On 12, May 2017 | In Heavy Civil | By Battle Ridge Builders
Complete earthwork, structural poured-in-place concrete walls and slabs, and fencing to construct a solid waste container site for Beaverhead County Landfill
Owner: Beaverhead County Solid Waste District
On 12, Apr 2017 | In Heavy Civil | By Battle Ridge Builders
Remove water and control gate leakage while removing existing deteriorated concrete with hydro-demolition and waste water treatments, then furnish and place reinforced cast-in-place concrete to repair existing outlet works stilling basin.
Owner: Bureau of Reclamation
On 30, Dec 2016 | In Heavy Civil | By Battle Ridge Builders
Battle Ridge Builders contracted with the DNRC to do work on the Deadman’s Basin Headgates and Diversion Wall. They demoed and replaced 222′ of the diversion dam wall, diverted the Musselshell River, excavated and dewatered up to 17ft below the rivers surface and 11ft below the water table. They had to maintain this dewater for 70 days while pouring in place 235 yards of footers and walls [up to 17ft tall], they maintained erosion control, fabricated steel components for walkways and handrails, installed 5 head gates [6’x6′] with less than 2gpm leak rates. Installed 1850 yards of riprap ramp and grouted the entire structure for fish passage. Battle Ridge completed this project 10% ahead of schedule.
Owner: Deadman’s Basin Water Users
Photo by John Warner/Montana FWP
On 20, Dec 2016 | In Heavy Civil | By Battle Ridge Builders
Battle Ridge Builders contracted with the Malta Irrigation District for this project. The new headgate structure consists of 400+ yards of poured-in-place concrete where the 100 feet wide by 24 feet tall walls are built on footings below the water table. The project included over 5,000 yards of compacted backfill and dike construction, RipRap placement, structural steel component package fabricated in house, and head gate installation.
On 23, Nov 2016 | In Heavy Civil | By Battle Ridge Builders
Project consisted of demolishing concrete and conveyor systems, removing over 50,000 lbs of composting equipment & trommel, repairing and repouring concrete, and installing large steel doors.