Contech Engineered Solutions recently earned three National Corrugated Steel Pipe Association (NCSPA) Project of the Year Awards. The industry recognition is awarded annually in eight categories including Corrugated Steel Pipe/Pipe Arch Projects, Structural Plate Projects, Rehabilitation Projects, Retention/Detention Projects, DOT Projects, Special Applications, Going Green, and Coatings.
Contech NCSPA Projects of the Year
- Corrugated Steel Pipe/Pipe Arch Project: Shiloh Road from IH635 to Kingsley Road in Garland, Texas. 14 GA, polymer-coated ULTRA FLO was used to enclose an existing drainage channel next to Shiloh Road to increase the number of lanes from four to six. This solution provided a 45% savings over reinforced concrete pipe.
- Structural Plate Projects: Chatfield Storage Reallocation in Littleton, Colorado. A critical component of the Chatfield Reservoir Reallocation project required the installation of a bridge to cross Deer Creek. A 40 ft-2 in x 9 ft-1 in BridgeCor Structural Plate, 60 ft-3 in in length was built to meet the low profile and large span design specifications to accommodate three utility lines.
- Rehabilitation Project: Montana DOT I-94 in Hysham, Montana. The Montana DOT turned to a 10 GA, 10 ft-4 in x 10 ft-3 in MULTI-PLATE structural plate to reline the existing underpass in a time and cost efficient manner. Farm equipment can now travel under the busy interstate through the restored structure without interrupting traffic flow.