From shoring trenches for 48 inch sewer 30 foot deep in downtown streets with live power duct banks and vaults at street level to shoring excavations 40 foot deep in flowing sand and cobbles, Halme Construction crews have installed some of the most difficult earth retention systems in our area. Every project presents a new set of challenges that our team thrives on overcoming.
Halme Construction’s crews have completed many municipal water mechanical projects ranging from large booster stations with 32,000 GPM capacity, to small pump stations and well houses. Halme’s crews have also completed many interior waste water, odor control, air supply and non-potable plumbing projects. Our expertise in pipeline construction has allowed us to take on some of the most challenging civil mechanical projects in our area.
Halme Construction’s crews have a broad range of experience in utility work ranging from large bore water transmission main projects to 30 foot deep sewer installations in downtown streets requiring positive shoring systems. This broad range of experience helps Halme Construction’s crews determine the best practice for each pipeline to be installed and continues to produce appreciative clients and public stakeholders on some of the most difficult utility projects in our region.
- Deep excavation and trench shoring systems
- Soil Nails
- Sheet Pile
- H-pile and lagging
- Mass excavation
- Precision grading
- GPS Technology
- Drone Scans
- 3D Modeling
- Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities
- Booster Stations
- Pump Houses
- BIM Modeling
- Stormwater Tanks
- Water Reservoirs
- Innovative solutions
- Mainline sewer, water, gas and electrical
- Municipal distribution systems
- Innovative shoring and access
- Specialty installation methods
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Do you have a new project or questions about Halme Construction? Call us today at (509) 725-4200 or contact us online!