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South
Metro
Intersector
















































San
Diego,


California 

Client
/
Contact


Sancon
Technologies,
Inc.











 
 
 Richardo
Ayala
(714)
891‐2323




The
S.M.I.
Tunnel
consisted
of
repairing
of

an
84"
by
11,000’
+
sewer
tunnel
with
T‐
Loc
Lining.

There
were
several
areas
in

need
of
structural
repair
and
ground

support.

These
areas
required

retimbering,
replacing
decaying
rotten

lagging
between
4'
steel
sets
and
replacing

rebar
and
concrete.

Chemical
grout
was

used
to
control
ground
water
and
running

sand
so
repairs
could
be
completed.
This

project
was
from
2001to
2002.





























Beck’s
Enterprises
provided
a
Cal
OSHA
state
certified
Safety
Representative
/
Gas
Tester
as
well

as

Underground
Tunnel
Consultant
Services
overseeing
the
excavation
and
placement
of
structural

repairs.








Polar
Star
Mine

 Dutch
Flat,
California 

CET
Environment
Services,
Inc.


Bryan
Chernick


(425)
670‐3670



The
Polar
Star
mine
Tunnel
is
an

abandoned
placer
gold
mine,
which

contains
a
sluice
box
its
entire
length
of

700
feet.

In
the
year
2000,
this
project

was
an
environmental
clean
up
of

mercury
to
protect
the
lake
receiving

the
run
off
below.

The
sluice
box
and

mercury
was
removed
as
well
as
all

contaminated
rocks
and
debris.

In
2000
Beck’s
Enterprises
personnel

was
the
on
site
Cal
OSHA
state
certified

Safety
Representative
/
Gas
Tester.


Our
personnel
performed
duties
as

tunnel
consultant
and
assisted
in

locating
mining
equipment
for

mobilization.







Sunol
Water
Temple
Project

Client
/
Contact
 LTM
Construction
Co.,
Inc.


Gradey
(415)
850‐2178


The
Sunol
Water
Temple
was
built
in
1910.
It
is
where
all
the
waters
of
six
hundred
square
miles
of

water
shed
meet
and
mingle.

The
water
at
this
point
drop
40
feet
into
a
conduit
before
their
long

journey
to
San
Francisco.

The
restoration
of
the
tunnel
begins
in
1998.





In
1999
The
Sunol
Water
Temple
filter

gallery
was
retimbered
for
ground
support

as
prep
work
for
the
installation
of
steel

pipe
inside
the
tunnel.


Beck’s
Enterprises
personnel
were
on
site

Cal
OSHA
state
certified
Safety

Representative
/
Gas
Tester.

Beck’s

Enterprises
personnel
also
was
a
consultant
and
on
hands
assisting
in
the







The
Magenta
Drain
Tunnel
Project
 
 
 Grass
Valley,
California 

Client
/
Contact:
 Westcon
Construction



The
Magenta
Drain
Tunnel
is
an
inspection
and
drain
tunnel
of
The
Empire
Gold
Mine.

The
tunnel

had
cave‐ins
and
poor
ground
support.

In
the
year
1998,
this
project
was
to
restore
the

accessibility
of
the
tunnel
for
inspections
and
proper
drain.

The
scope
of
work
was
to
remine

caved
ground
and
install
steel
sets
with
wood
lagging
for
ground
support
and
control.







Beck’s
Enterprises
personnel
duties
on


The
Magenta
Drain
Tunnel
Project
were

tunnel
consultant
to
over
see
excavation
and

placement
of
ground
support.









Beck’s
Enterprises
implemented
the
safety

program
as
the
on
site
Cal
OSHA
state

certified
Safety
Representative
/
Gas
Tester.
The
12th
Street
Pipeline
Project
 
 
 San
Jose,
California 

Client
/
Contact




Westcon/Dillingham
Microtunneling



Dan
Kenndey
(602)757‐1880


The
12th
Street
Pipeline
Project
in
the
year
of
1998
consisted
of
18
shafts
and
over
13,500'
of
52"

pipe
installed
with
microtunneling
machines.

Then
44"
concrete
lined
steel
pipe,
with
fibber‐optic

conduit
lines
were
pulled
through
the
52"
pipe
with
a
T.RS.
pulling
machine.

Chemical
grout
was

used
to
stop
water
in
the
shafts.

12,000'
of
the
job
was
below
the
water
table.

































Beck’s
Enterprises
personnel
implemented
the
safety
program
as
the
on
site
Cal
OSHA
state

certified
Safety
Representative
/
Gas
Tester.


Beck’s
Enterprises
personnel
were
involved
with

many
aspects
of
the
work.

Kahekili
Highway
Drain
Tunnel
#
5

 
 
 Oahu,
Hawaii

Client
/
Contact
 Hawaiian
Dredging











The
Kahekili
Highway
Drain
Tunnel
Project
in
the
year
of
1996
consisted
of
excavating
an
8'
by
8'

by
120'
water
drain
tunnel
under
the
Kahekili
Highway
on
the
island
of
Oahu.

The
excavation

method
was
using
hand
spaders.

Liner
plate
was
used
for
ground
support.
Concrete
was
placed

around
the
liner
plate.

This
project
was
completed
in
6
weeks
and
at
a
cost
less
than
the
set
up
of

an
open
cut
method.








Beck’s
Enterprises
personnel

responsibilities
were
tunnel
consultant,

mobilization,
on
site
superintendent
and

demobilization.











The
Cuesta
Tunnel
Project



Santa
Margarita,
California


Client
/
Contact:
 Whitaker
Constructors,
Inc.
/
Russ
Whitaker


The
Cuesta
Tunnel
in
the
year
1994
was
an
existing
7'
by
9'
by
5,300'
water
tunnel.

The
scope
of

work
was
to
place
a
24"
pipe
and
a
42"
pipe
inside
the
tunnel.

This
was
accomplished
by
welding

together
42"
by
20'
sections
of
pipe
and
floating
welded
sections
into
the
tunnel.

The
welded
steel

concrete
lined
pipe
was
floated
5,300'
to
the
down
stream
bulkhead.

The
water
was
released
and

the
5,300'
pipe
was
incased
with
concrete.

Replacing
watertight
bulkheads
the
process
was

repeated,
floating
a
24"
welded
steel
concrete
lined
pipe
down
stream
5,300'
to
the
bulkhead.

The

water
was
then
released
and
the
24"
pipe
and
placed
in
saddles
on
100'
centers.


For
the
project
Beck’s
Enterprises
appointed
personnel
as
Tunnel
Consultant
and
Concrete

Foreman.

Beck’s
Enterprises
implemented
the
safety
program
as
the
on
site
Cal
OSHA
state

certified
Safety
Representative
/
Gas
Tester.




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