Battle Ridge Builder Construction Projects
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.
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.
On 23, Mar 2017 | In Infrastructure | By Battle Ridge Builders
Extension of an existing concrete boat ramp by 30 feet and associated channel and bank stabilization and re-vegetation.
On 20, Dec 2016 | In Infrastructure | 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 Infrastructure | 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.
On 30, Jan 2016 | In Infrastructure | 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 10, Jan 2016 | In Infrastructure | By Battle Ridge Builders
This project included building an access road to the site, dewater the creek, form and pour in place a 90 yard concrete structure in creek bed on bedrock, and placement of structural backfill. Battle Ridge Builders worked with the the Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks and the Forest Service on this project.
Owners: Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks & Custer Gallatin National Forest
On 14, Jul 2015 | In Infrastructure | By Battle Ridge Builders
Battle Ridge Builders built this for the Department of Natural Resources & Conservation and was given only 30 days to complete. This project had difficult access, only allowing foot traffic. Battle Ridge Builders had to carry all the structural concrete & steel; up to half a mile.
Battle Ridge Builders self performed all aspects of construction including fabricating & erecting structural steel, cutting existing footings, epoxing rebar cages and pouring new footings on top of the existing concrete. This project included unique flume construction, using rolled steel bands, to bend 18 gage steel pan.
Owner: Middle Creek Water User’s Association