box culvert

box culvert

A culvert, usually of reinforced concrete, which is rectangular in cross section.
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From its Chicago home base, the family-owned operator covers a 75- to 150-mile market radius for concrete pipe, manhole and box culvert with plants in Elgin, Franklin Park and Romeoville, III.
The record haul will enable the ACPA Research & Education Foundation to continue its mission of supporting the long-term competitiveness of the precast concrete pipe and box culvert industry in the United States.
NasdaqGS: IIIN) today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Insteel Wire Products Company (together referred to as "Insteel" in this press release) had purchased all of the concrete pipe and box culvert reinforcement production equipment and certain related assets of Tatano Wire and Steel, Inc.
com)-- Oldcastle Precast supplied over 3,100 linear feet of precast concrete box culvert for (UDOT) Utah Department of Transportation's I-15 major storm drain master improvement plan at Barton Creek, in Davis County, Utah.
Work by Environment Agency contractors on the Coplish Burn in Rothbury over the next three weeks will include replacing an old 30-metre culvert with new piping plus a reinforced box culvert at Lindsay House, Town Foot.
The data from this study soon will be incorporated into current hydraulic design software, and box culvert designs should become more cost effective and efficient in the future.
This contract, which involves the excavation of 350,000 cubic yards of dirt, the installation of four miles of pipe, and the construction of a 3,900-foot concrete box culvert, is scheduled for completion in January 2001.
Caption: Jensen Precast has promoted precast box culvert solutions for drainage projects throughout West Coast markets.
The solution was to install a new 294-foot-long, 11-by-9-foot box culvert by jacking 49, 6-foot-long, 11-by-9-foot reinforced concrete boxes, one at a time, through a 12-by 24-foot shaft, I9-feet deep at flow line beneath the highway.
At an estimated cost of US$9 million, Ports will build a box culvert, which will allow drainage of the land northwest of the strip.
South Tyneside is a regional stronghold for the water vole and a pounds 90,000 culvert-strengthening scheme in East Boldon has provided a mammal shelf within the new box culvert to allow safe passage for the animals.