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Corporate Member Profile Coastal Gunite Construction Company Ccommercial, industrial, energy, and public tractor services, specializing in shotcrete reha--ment to providing owners and engineers withtechnically capable and competent general conoastal Gunite Construction Company hasprovided structural shotcrete services in the markets for more than 30 years. Since 1983, bilitation and new construction. Coastal Gunite has held an unwavering commit- From St. Louis to Miami, Houston to New York, Bermuda to the Bahamas, Coastal Gunite has built and rehabilitated a multitude of concrete structures. By specializing in shotcrete construc- tion services, Coastal Gunite has developed a team of well-trained, highly experienced tradesmen. Coastal Gunite has more than 180 years of shot- crete experience among their site superintendents and over a dozen certified shotcrete nozzlemen. Coastal Gunite is experienced in the application of both wet- and dry-mix shotcrete. Because of the growth and diversity of the shotcrete method, Coastal is a leader in a variety of disciplines, including marine environments, heavy civil, industrial, underground, large-scale commercial, public, and private projects. Over the last 30 years, Coastal Gunite has completed hundreds of bridge rehabilitation proj- ects—both large and small—including shotcrete rehabilitation, pile jackets, and cathodic protec- tion. Coastal Gunite is prequalified as a bridge Jacksonville Electric Authority Cooling Tower rehabilitation repair contractor with Departments of Transporta- tion in over 20 states and has completed rehab- ilitation on such landmark structures as the Chesapeake Bay Bridge in Annapolis, MD; the Bonner Bridge and Wright Memorial Bridge on North Carolina’s Outer Banks; the Howard Frank- land Bridge over Tampa Bay in Florida; and the historic Venetian Causeway in Miami, FL. Coastal Gunite has rehabilitated large com- bined sanitary and storm sewers and aqueducts for infrastructure owners throughout the eastern United States, including the cities of Atlanta, GA, and Indianapolis, IN, as well as the Army Corps of Engineers. High-profile highway tunnel repair projects have included the Liberty Tunnel in Pittsburgh, PA, and the Fort McHenry Tunnel (I-95) in Baltimore, MD. Industrial applications have been completed for companies including Potash and Rain CII, Old Mill Creek Sewer rehabilitation, St. Louis, MO CSX and Norfolk Southern Railroads, and Allied 42 Shotcrete • Spring 2014


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