City of Newport – Bay-Moore Drainage Project
Storm Drainage Project with 1,500 LF of large diameter storm pipe with depths near 30 feet deep. Dredging was performed in the marina along with diversion outfall installations and rip rap for slope protection.
Lake Oswego – Tigard Water Partnership – Finished Water Pipeline – Schedules 3B, 4 and 5
Between December of 2013 and April of 2016 Emery & Sons Construction Group, LLC was awarded and constructed three phases of the Lake Oswego – Tigard Partnership’s – Finished Water Pipeline projects. Combined these projects included the installation of 35,736 LF of 36-inch to 48-inch welded steel finished water transmission main and several thousand feet of smaller diameter distribution and connection piping. Due to the urban setting of these projects installation of these lines required both daytime and nighttime construction, complicated traffic control and detailed coordination with multiple agencies, contractors and their facilities.
City of Bend – Bend Surface Water Project
In August of 2012 Emery & Sons Construction Group, LLCs was awarded both phases of the pipeline installation for the City of Bend’s Surface Water Improvements project. The combined two phases included over 52,000 LF of 30-inch welded steel pipe, 36-inch HDPE pipe and 30-inch ductile iron pipe. This raw water transmission line delivers surface water from the Bridge Creek Intake Facility located adjacent to Tumalo Falls to the Outback Treatment Facility nearly 10-miles east down Skyliners Road. The pipe alignment required both aerial and underground crossings of Tumalo Creek, multiple smaller stream crossings, and fell over 1,000 feet in elevation from the intake to the treatment facility.
Deschutes Valley Water District – 24-inch Steel Pipeline (Opal Springs Project)
In April of 2015, Emery & Sons was awarded the installation of 2,500 LF of 24” welded steel waterline for the Deschutes Valley Water District. This project had significant constructability challenges. The pipeline was installed on a steep, one lane gravel access road that required us to maintain daily access to the site. Snow, ground water, narrow access and rock/boulder excavation made this project a daily challenge. This section of the waterline gained 405’ in elevation over its 2,500 LF.
City of Portland – Powell Butte Reservoir No. 2 Phase 2
Construction of welded steel waterlines which included 330 LF of 24” drain line, 100 LF of 42”, 1,080 LF of 48” inlet and outlet lines, 200 LF of 54”, 200 LF of 66”, 1,550 LF of 78” overflow line and 3,500 LF 90” inlet piping. The majority of our work consisted of installing slide rail shoring 25 feet deep in order to facilitate the laying and backfill of the waterlines.
City of Sherwood – Water Supply Improvement Project Transmission Pipeline
Construction of 18,000 LF of 48” welded steel waterline which included the crossing of a seasonal creek and wetland, and two jack and bore crossings of rock creek. This project was completed 6 months ahead of schedule.