building-structure-type Canal/Levee

globe-2 Maryland

clock-of-circular-shape-at-two-o-clock_318-48022 June 2010 – October 2012

tag $15.3 M

trophy_icon Zero OSHA Recordables

icon-person-128 US Army Corps of Engineers


NorthStar and Sealaska Corp were contracted by the USACE to provide grading, earth moving, soil screening, liner installation and berm reconstruction at the Pearce Creek Sediment Disposal Facility in Cecilton, MD which included:  2.5 Miles in radius / 300 acres impoundment to hold dredge spoils which come out of the Chesapeake Bay; Heavy grading; 700,000 CY excavated and placed; 450,000 CY of the material screened and placed as cover over installed liner; berms reconstructed to increase height and width; three layer liner system installed over the entire surface including the berms along with a gas collection system; and, build a new sluice and outfall drainage system which channels the water though a designed outfall chute to discharge into the Pearce Creek.

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