Construction continues at The Shoppes at Belmont
Pipes crews are hard at work installing the sites main underground utility infrastructure. Shown in the picture is the installation of the water main and service lines for the Whole Foods building.
Pipes crews are hard at work installing the sites main underground utility infrastructure. Shown in the picture is the installation of the stormwater piping that will safely convey rain water to the sites various stormwater management facilities.
Crews begin work on installing the underground infrastructure associated with the roadwork widening of Fruitville Pike. As part of the project improvements, multiple traffic lanes are being added to Fruitville Pike.
Crews are working hard to fill in a portion of the old limestone quarry to make way for the new commercial tenant spaces. Once the material has been filled and placed, a large crane with a steel weight is used to structurally compact the ground. This unique process is known as deep dynamic compaction.
To help control soil moisture levels throughout the winter months, a process known as lime stabilization is utilized. Lime stabilization uses the mineral lime and works into a sites soils to help dry out the soil and greatly improve the long term strength of the soil.