Consoer Townsend Envirodyne Engineers, Inc.
Constructed groundwater model for designing an active dewatering well
system to protect road network from flooding at the intersection of three
interstate highways in East St. Louis, Illinois. The 19 million gallon
per day well network, with 16 active wells, was designed to maintain safe
operating conditions of the roadway and associated infrastructure under
500-year flood stage conditions in the Mississippi River.
Larkin & Associates
Overland Park, KS
Developed groundwater model along the US Army Corp levee district in
Kansas City for analyses and design of relief well network. Evaluated
site specific geology from levee relief well records and constructed geologic
maps of primary water bearing units. Model utilized for determining the
optimal configuration of relief wells required to relieve uplift pressure
at the Kansas City Airport runway apron at various levels of flood
Massman Construction Company
Kansas City, MO
Designed a combined active/passive well dewatering system to ensure
geotechnical stability of a stationary riverboat facility along the banks
of the Missouri River under varying flood stage conditions.