US Magnesium pumps water from the Great Salt Lake into huge evaporating ponds west of the lake, and from there extracts minerals. With lake levels receding to historic (low) levels, they needed a deeper pump station in order to continue to pump the volume of water necessary to continue operating efficiently.
The project included installation and anchoring of sheet piles to provide a deep area for intake of unrestricted water to pumps, and 16” Pipe Piles for support of the heavy pumping equipment and structures, etc.
- Engineer: IGES
- General Contractor: DDF
- Work Description: Sheet Pile Shoring w/anchors, 16” Pipe Piles