REGIONAL HEAVY CIVIL CONTRACTOR
3604 DOWNING DRIVE WILMINGTON, DE 19802
FEATURED RECENT PROJECTS
Pile Jacketing Kent & Sussex Counties
These improvements consist of installing pile jackets on pier piles at several bridges in both Kent and Sussex County. Existing piles at these bridge locations are in need of rehabilitation. DelDOT has contracted our team, including subcontractor Eastern Marine Services, to install epoxy filled fiberglass jackets around these deteriorated plies. This project also includes maintenance repairs to these bridges. The useful life of these bridges will be extended by this work.
I95 Viaduct Project
EHS is a major player in the rehabilitation of the I-95 Viaduct through the city of Wilmington, DE. As a subcontractor to Kiewit Infrastructure Co., EHS is resurfacing the concrete bridge decks of four out of five bridges on the I-95 corridor through the city. Additionally, we are performing bearing replacements and other miscellaneous steel repairs to the supporting structure underneath I-95. We are proud to be applying EHS’ mark of quality to these bridges that our employees and community will utilize for decades to come.
Improvements to Mud Mill Dam
This project is being performed for the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC). The project involves the construction of improvements to Mud Mill Pond Dam located in Kent County. The
improvements include the repair/rehabilitation of existing concrete outlet structures, installation of fabricated steel structures, one slide gate and three weir gates for hydraulic control; trash racks; and supplemental riprap and associated site work. The end result will modernize the water level controls for Mud Mill Pond near Marydel, Delaware
Bucks County Bridges 270 & 279
EHS was low bidder on two Bucks County projects earlier this year. These projects are now underway and include the superstructure replacement of BR 279, West Road Road and the complete replacement of BR 270 Roudenbush Road. Beam removal has taken place at the Bridge 279 location.