Here's the scoop; We're building a bridge on a training camp here in VA and the bridge sits on these big concrete blocks. Problem is the the bridge is spanning a river bed and the water table is at 12" below grade. We have to dig down to 6' below grade to build up for the subgrade. The river is currently diverted but the water is still there making it impossible to build a strong base for these blocks to sit on. What's the best way to get the water out of the ground temporarily? Some of our guys know soil stabilization so that's not the issue. They just need the water gone and since I'm a plumber, plumber/water, guess who get's to figure it out.
No announcement yet.
Dewater the ground????