One-mile long roadway access project from I-25 to Albuquerque’s airport.
Preliminary and final design of $4 million (3,000 lf) of retaining wall systems.
Replaced original structural engineer subcontractor late in the project and performed design on a fast-track basis. Walls designed and plan sets completed in six weeks to meet tight City approval schedule.
Retainage needs evaluated and economical systems chosen based on height and right-of-way needs.
Various retaining systems used; conventional concrete cantilevered walls, soldier pile walls, and tie-back walls. Up to 29’ retained height.
Landscaping and aesthetics were important factors in the design process.