Construction, design errors found at Alaska port work

03/21/2013 | Alaska Journal of Commerce

The Open Cell Sheet Pile foundation system that supports the northern expansion of Alaska's Port of Anchorage was "not adequately designed to meet global stability and seismic displacements based on the design criteria," according to a study by CH2M Hill. Additional problems were found with installation of sheet piles. A third party will be hired to review CH2M Hill's studies before a final decision can be made on how to move ahead with the project.

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