When the North Dakota Department of Transportation noticed an asphalt depression along Interstate 94 near Valley City, an inclinometer was installed to measure the slope of the adjacent embankment. The inclinometer measurements revealed that the embankment had moved 1.5 inches within a 4-month span. To stabilize the embankment and mitigate this movement, the DOT designed a three-tier permanent tieback anchor solution. Malcolm was hired to install the 285 anchors (37,500 linear feet) through 10-foot by 10-foot precast concrete block along the affected 1,400 linear feet of freeway. Three of the anchors have strain gauges installed, that are connected to a central data collection point, so the DOT can track strain on the tiebacks and thereby land movement, for the foreseeable future.