Malcolm installed a large temporary shoring wall at 1120 Denny Way in Seattle, Washington, using a unique shotcrete system that is commonly used in Canada, but never before in the Seattle area. The system included 435 vertical elements and nearly 108,000 square feet of reinforced temporary shotcrete. The shored perimeter totals 1,300 linear feet, it is 4 inches thick, 83 feet high and supports major city streets on all four sides of the site, as well as a historic park.

Malcolm’s superior project execution helped them achieve world record anchor drilling production rates and exceptional production performance on reinforced shotcrete facing installations.