Tonight is the Golden State Warriors season opener at the Chase Center. Malcolm was hard at work during the construction of this project, installing 300 Drilled Shafts and 1,000 CFA Mega Piles within only 3 months. We have also installed the foundations…
The new fire boat station at the Port of Long Beach gets some help from our Jet Grouting guys. They are jetting 6ft columns up to 80ft deep right through 35,000 psi rip-rap boulders to mitigate liquefaction and lateral spreading!
Last CFA pile installed for the brand new MSG SPHERE event center in Las Vegas! Watch out for the coolest 'bubble' you have ever seen.
Getting ready to start our next Hydrocutter project in Vancouver, BC for the Second Narrows Tunnel! This one will be a deep one. Stay tuned!
we started installing stone columns underneath the new science and art lab of the Santa Monica College in California. This will improve the loose, liquefiable soil layers and ensure that future students will have a safe study environment - even…
Silicon Valley, California
This Airport access shaft project is 1 of 3 for the Silicon Valley Clean Water’s RESCU program (Regional Environmental Sewer Conveyance Upgrade). The project is the first tunneling progressive design-build of this nature in the US. Malcolm has been brought on as a specialist contractor in constructing the walls for the TBM launch shaft. The job will allow 3 times more water flow than the original 45 year old pipeline. The tunnel is 3.3 miles in length, which is the equivalent to almost 59 football fields.
San Francisco, California Malcolm Drilling is excited to announce that 181 Fremont has received the Award of Excellence from the Council on Tall Buildings & Urban Habitat across a whopping five categories: The Best Tall Building (200-299 meters), Structural Engineering,…
Loma Linda, California
The 50-year-old steam plant at the Loma Linda University Health hospital needed a significant foundation upgrade to bring it up to current building codes and prepare for a pending transformer replacement. Much of the work for this OSHPD retrofit needed to be performed inside and immediately surrounding the operating steam plant. Tight site access and low headroom were major challenges. Malcolm utilized a versatile system of drilled shafts, design-build temporary shoring, various utility supports, and other foundation elements to accomplish the work.