About Deep Excavation LLC
For some engineers Deep excavations are a form of eclectic art. Almost never seen by the public except for the rarest occasion. One of the major survivors of 9-11 was the "Bathtub" of the World Trade Center. One of the first gigantic slurry wall excavations in the United States. Perhaps the souls of the innocent victims braced the slurry wall and New York. Geotechnical engineers together with other rescue crews gave their heart and passion at all levels. Our profession aims for the sky by going deep underground with imagination and skill.
Chair of the Earth Retaining Structures Committee of ASCE
P.E. State of New York, West Virginia, EU PE in Geotechnical Engineering
Representative Project & Design Experience
Excavations: 300 Madison Avenue, NY, Newtown Creek, NY, Paerdegat Basin, NY, Times Square, NY, (also see slurry walls), Harbor at Hastings, NY, 53rd Street & Lexington Avenue NY.
Marine: Bulkhead at Newtown Creek, NY, Port Elizabeth, NJ, Hudson River Piers.
Piling: Drilled minipiles: DOMAC MA, Peerless Importers NY, Metro North NY, Caissons: Russia Wharf, MA, 7 World Trade Center, NY, Driven Piles: JFK Air Train, NY, Maher Terminals, NJ, Newport Office Center Evaluation.
Slope Stability: Newtown Creek, NY, Chevron-Texaco site, NJ, Maher Terminals, NJ.
Slurry Walls: Boston, MA: 500 Boylston, 75 State Street, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, Dana Farber Tower (Smith Laboratories), Flagship Wharf, Millennium Place, One Memorial Drive, Post Office Square Garage, State Transportation Bldg.
Chicago, IL: Amoco Standard Oil, AT&T Corporate Center, Guest Quarters Hotel, Northwester University Memorial parking garage, Museum of Science and Industry parking garage, Prudential Two, Water Tower.
Idaho: Boise 11th Avenue Underpass.
New York: World Trade Center Recovery, Goldman Sachs Project Phoenix, Con Edison sites.
San Francisco, CA: Yerba Buena Tower
Washington, DC: Petworth Subway Station, World Bank Bldg, Washington Convention Center.
Tunneling: Atlantic Brigantine Cut and Cover Tunnel, NJ, No. 7 Line Extension, NY, Passageway expansion at No.7 line and Lexington Avenue intersection, Grove Street Station, NJ