We have considerable experience in the design and construction of sheet piling and soldier pile and lagging walls. Projects range from small access ramps for basement access to long sea walls and large cofferdams. Both internally braced and anchored retention structures are commonly used depending on the project needs.
Cofferdams have been installed under challenging conditions, including the construction of 60 feet by 40 feet cells in water depths of up to 60 feet, and cells seated onto irregular rock surfaces.
Morris-Shea has designed sheeting and shoring with internal bracing with dead-men and drilled tie-back anchors typically self-performing all work. In-house design and detailing capabilities allow for optimization of design with consideration to constructibility and performance.