Dewatering is necessary for nearly all of JCC's construction projects. Water and site conditions vary significantly, so JCC uses a variety of systems for each site's individual dewatering needs. These systems have allowed JCC to effectively dewater significant bodies of water, such as rivers, lakes, and streams, as well as deep excavations in areas of high groundwater.
JCC Divers in Boise River
Broadway Bridge Cofferdam
Dewatering for Bridge Abutment
Pumping Behind Cofferdam
20' Excavation & 4' to Static Water
Cofferdam frames with tarps
Cofferdam with sheet piles
JCC possesses the equipment and personnel to drive pile for their projects.
Soldier Pile Shoring Wall
Pile for Bridge Foundation
Driving Pile Behind Cofferdam
Driving Pile with Excavator Support
Sheet pile for cofferdam
Many of JCC's projects require deep foundations.
Foundation at 36' depth
Structural base slab
Deep concrete foundation
Innovative Water Control
JCC frequently works in locations requiring innovative water control measures.
Grout Cutoff Wall at Fish Farm
Dewatering for cutoff slab
Fruitland Shallow Dewatering Wells
Steel bulkhead water control
Dewatering at treatment plant
JCC completes their own industrial coatings.
Coatings on industrial equipment
Coating on industrial equipment
Structural steel coating
JCC fabricates structural steel.
Air Pipe Structural Support
Temporary Crane Platform
Fabricating 24" and 30" Steel Pipe
Piping at Niagara Fish Hatchery
JCC equipment has capacity to lift heavy loads.
Lifting Bridge into Place
Lifting Equipment Over Stream
Placing Roof on Building
Placing Bridge Girders