Projects

OPPD Foundation Repair

During the substantial flooding of the Missouri River in the summer of 2011, a support structure for one of Omaha Public Power District's large transmission lines became engulfed by the expanding river and experienced extensive scour and wash-out around its foundation. To solve this problem, Hawkins was retained to backfill the scour holes around the foundation with approximately 3,000 tons of sand and construct a sheet pile cofferdam around the entire foundation. The cofferdam was reinforced with large rip-rap around the outside and a gabion blanket on top to further protect the structure from any future flooding.

Project Details

Client:
Omaha Public Power District (OPPD)
Location:
Homer, NE
Completed:
2011
Value:
Private
Category:
Diversified Infrastructure Construction & Repair

“Hawkins Construction Company has always performed as the Construction Manager at Risk (CM) on all of our projects, overseeing budget, cost savings by self-performing, Safety programs, timelines, etc. Every project we have been involved with has come in on time, on or under budget, with professionalism”

Roger Ernst
Associate Administrator of Facility Operations-Boys Town National Research Hospital