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L.B. Foster was awarded a contract by geotechnical and construction company Richard Goettle, Inc. to supply PZC™ 18 steel sheet piling for the construction of a temporary cofferdam for the Mill Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The WWTP, which began operations in 1959, is the largest plant of the Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati, treating about 100 million gallons of wastewater a day. L.B. Foster provided the necessary materials to build the temporary cofferdam, which included 68 pairs of steel sheet pile manufactured by Gerdau to 80’ lengths, and extruded corners to enable construction to a depth of approximately 60’.

One wall of the cofferdam will be removed after completion of the required structure and once backfill has been brought up to the surrounding grade. The three other walls will remain in place. This is the first phase of two, the other to follow late this year.

 

PZC™ Is a trademark of Gerdau.

Photo Credit: Richard Goettle, Inc.
 

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