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Project Portfolio 

 

Helping America Stand Strong

Pipe Projects

Sign Structure Projects

Piling and Fabrication Projects

For 40 years, Trinity Products has successfully completed projects ranging from small custom fabrication to national infrastructures. The following are a few examples of the projects we’ve been a part of.

Pipe Projects

Gillette Madison Production Wells Drilling

Consists of the well drilling of three new wells into the Madison Aquifer for the city of Gillette, WY. The wells will be composed of 16-inch casing to an estimated depth of 2,400 feet.

Project Details

Contractor: Layne Christensen
Location: Gillette, WY
Project Cost: $8,813,509

Hurk Underground Technologies – Pipe Ram

Trinity Products provided 200LF of 60″ OD x .875″ spiralweld pipe to be installed by pipe ramming. This spiralweld pipe was installed underneath a rail road to provide proper drainage.

Project Details

Client: Hurk Underground Technologies
Location: 
Quenemo, KS

I-65 Louisville Interchange

The I-65 Louisville Interchange rehabilitation project involved the installation of the new I-65 Northbound cable stay bridge and new Northbound approach in Southern Indiana.

Trinity Products fabricated all materials required for the two temporary bent falsework structures.

Primary members consist of 60″OD x 1.00” spiralweld steel pipe columns meeting fracture critical requirements as well as 30″OD x .500″ and 24″OD x .375″ spiralweld pipe sections serving as the bracing members. Trinity Products also provided various I-Beams serving as connections / restraints for the bridge girders.

Project Details

Contractor: Walsh Construction
Location: 
Louisville, KY
Project Cost: 
$890,000,000

Project Details

Contractor: Michels Foundations
Location: 
Chicago, IL
Project Cost: 
$27,500,000

River Point – Plaza Overbuild

Trinity Products manufactured 54″, 72″ & 84″ diameter spiralweld steel pipe for drilled shaft casings as the foundation of the 46-Story Office tower located next to the Chicago river in downtown Chicago, Illinois.

Project Details

Contractor: Michels Foundations
Location: 
Chicago, IL
Project Cost: 
$27,500,000

West Closure Complex

Trinity Products supplied 6,000 tons of spiralweld steel pipe pile in 140ft. lengths to build the 32ft. tall and 225ft. wide metal gates of the West Closure Complex, which protect the world’s largest flood pump.

Project Details

Contractor: Gulf Intracoastal Constructors
Location: 
New Orleans, LA
Project Cost: 
$870,000,000

Project Details

Fabricated False work, Towers and Impact Frames

Client: Walsh Construction
Location: 
Milton, KY / Madison, IN
Project Cost: 
$103,000,000

Milton-Madison Bridge

Trinity Products manufactured spiralweld pipe piling for the land abutments as well as the temporary bridge structure spanning across the Ohio River located in Milton KY and Madison In. Trinity also fabricated three separate barge impact frames to protect the piers during construction. For the construction of the temporary bridge, Trinity Products fabricated three pipe towers totaling 90Ft. above the normal river level to support the existing bridge.

Project Details

Fabricated False work, Towers and Impact Frames

Client: Walsh Construction
Location: 
Milton, KY / Madison, IN
Project Cost: 
$103,000,000

Project Details

Contractor: Brayman Construction Corporation
Location: 
Oakmont, PA
Project Cost: 
$66,000,000.00

Hulton Bridge

Trinity Products manufactured 60” Diameter spiralweld steel pipe for drilled shafts casings for the foundation on the river piers. The Hulton bridge project involves the replacement of a two lane truss bridge with a new 1,633LF Four lane, five-span steel girder bridge erected upstream over the Allegheny River.

Project Details

Contractor: Brayman Construction Corporation
Location: 
Oakmont, PA
Project Cost: 
$66,000,000.00

Dover Bridge

Trinity Products manufactured 70 sections of 40′ Omega Beam 36×48, spending four months of coating beams with Zinc oxide primer and later shipped to Baltimore, MD. McLean Contracting placed the omega beans on a barge and delivered to job site. There sections were then put in place for a 1400′ temporary access trestle bridge, allowing McLean Contracting to mobilize their cranes & machinery to move material, as well as continue construction without harming the local ecosystem.

Project Details

Omega Beam Access Trestle Bridge

Contractor: McLean Contracting
Location: Easton, MD
Project Cost: $1,500,000

Carver County Road 101/Hwy 61

Trinity Products supplied over 20,000 LF of 30”OD x .500” spiralweld pipe to be used in a CIP pile project. Approximately 10,000 LF of these piles were galvanized, while the other half had 3” end plates attached to each pile. The project consisted of construction of a new bridge spanning the floodplain north of the Minnesota River channel as well as road reconstruction and additional improvements along Highway 61.

Project Details

Contractor: Ames Construction
Location: 
Shakopee, MN
Project Cost: 
$54,000,000

Trinity Products supplied over 20,000 LF of 30”OD x .500” spiralweld pipe to be used in a CIP pile project. Approximately 10,000 LF of these piles were galvanized, while the other half had 3” end plates attached to each pile. The project consisted of construction of a new bridge spanning the floodplain north of the Minnesota River channel as well as road reconstruction and additional improvements along Highway 61.

Upper Maline Bore

Trinity Products supplied 290Ft. of custom 73.5″ x 1.00” thick spiralweld pipe. This spiralweld pipe was installed to encase a 54” sanitary sewer line for MSD.

Project Details

Contractor: J&J Boring

Martin’s Point Bridge

Trinity Products manufactured 30″OD x .750 Spiralweld Pipe piles coated with a Fusion Bond Epoxy for the Bridge abutments. Due to requirements of Maine DOT, Trinity also ground all of the outside weld bead on every piece of pipe pile for this project.

Project Details

Contractor: CPM Constructors
Location: 
Portland, ME
Project Cost: 
$23,500,000

In the Q3 2014 issue of PileDriver publication, this project was highlighted for our resolve to provide a spiral weld pipe solution that also met the environmental specifications needed.

I-70 Bore

Trinity Products supplied 190Ft. 48″OD x .750” thick spiralweld pipe. This spiralweld pipe was installed underneath I-70 at Mid Rivers Mall Drive to encase a 30” storm water line for MODOT.

Project Details

Contractor: J&J Boring

Project Details

Contractor: McLean Contracting Company
Location: 
Perryville, MD
Project Cost: 
$38,700,000

Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge

Trinity Products manufactured spiralweld pipe piles & attached WOF-XL & WOM-XL connectors for the Pipe-to-Pipe Combi-wall as the cofferdams for the Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge crossing the Susquehanna River in Perryville, Maryland.

Project Details

Contractor: McLean Contracting Company
Location: 
Perryville, MD
Project Cost: 
$38,700,000

Sign Structure Projects

IKEA Sign Structure

This Ikea sign structure consists of 52”OD x 1.00” wall base column with a 3” thick base plate.  The faces were 43Ft. wide and the structure overall was 108Ft tall. Trinity Products A.I.S.C. certified fabrication facility and certified coating plant provided the fabrication and customs coatings for the high rise sign structure.

Project Details

Contractor: Ben Hur Construction
Location: 
St. Louis, MO

Gander Mountain

This 100Ft. pylon sign consisted of four stages from 48″OD spiralweld pipe down to 24″OD spiralweld pipe. Trinity Products supplied a completely fabricated structure including the columns and match plate connection at the top to attach the 9Ft. x 53Ft. cabinet.

Project Details

Location: Marion, IL

Cabela’s Double Column

This Cabelas sign structure was 50Ft. tall and 34Ft. wide. Trinity Products welded 18” pipe for columns and added connection plates with cross sections in order to eliminate field welding on the job site.

Project Details

Location: Fort Oglethorpe, GA

Project Details

Fabricated the University of Missouri scoreboard base columns and frames.

Client: University of Missouri-Columbia
Location: Columbia, MO

Mizzou Scoreboard

The Missouri Football Scoreboard project as is the case with many of the scoreboard structures was a custom fabrication project with a very tight deadline. Trinity Products was contracted to fabricate internal structure of the scoreboard. This project consisted of four spiralweld steel pipe uprights (“Columns”) as well as framing and catwalks to allow for internal maintenance of the scoreboard.

Project Details

Fabricated the University of Missouri scoreboard base columns and frames.

Client: University of Missouri-Columbia
Location: Columbia, MO

Piling and Fabrication Projects

Ohio River Bridge East

Trinity Products has provided approx. 1,400 tons of caissons and piles for this project. Trinity Products has also fabricated much of the needed false work (2600 tons of steel). We have just completed the Kentucky side false work and started the Indiana side, to be completed by September 2015.

The purpose of the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project is to increase cross-river mobility by improving safety, alleviating traffic congestion and connecting highways. The project will stimulate the economy of the entire Louisville-Southern Indiana region. According to the Federal Highway Administration’s Record of Decision, to meet these needs two crossings are necessary – one in the downtown area and one eight miles upstream in the metro area’s growing East End.

The East End Crossing project, currently under construction by WVB East End Partners, will connect the east end of Louisville, near Prospect, to southern Indiana, near Utica. The Kentucky approach to the new bridge will extend I-265 (the Gene Snyder Freeway, also known as KY 841) from its current termination at U.S. 42 to the bridge, adding a new, four-lane (two northbound, two southbound) 1.4-mile section. The Indiana approach also will be a four-lane section, and will extend SR 265 (the Lee Hamilton Highway) four miles – from its current termination at SR 62 to the bridge.

The East End Crossing will provide several very specific benefits to the Louisville and Southern Indiana area, including convenient access for area residents commuting between eastern Jefferson County and southern Indiana. And for travelers passing through the Louisville area from the north or south, the East End Crossing is an alternate (and very accessible) route that bypasses the urban traffic of downtown Louisville.

Project Details

Contractor: Layne Christensen
Location: Gillette, WY
Project Cost: $8,813,509

Olmsted Dam – Ohio River

The spud barge was hit by another barge on the river and damaged the spuds. Budrovich Marine contracted Trinity Products to replace the 2 80’ long spuds with a very short lead time. 

The guys in shop nicknamed it the Spud Missile.

Project Details

Client: Budrovich Marine
Location: 
Olmsted, KY

Amonix Solar Field Pedestals

Trinity Products manufactured and fabricated hundreds of 36” Diameter spiralweld steel pipes to be used as pedestals at Alamosa Solar Generating Project in Aurora, CO, which at that time was the world’s largest solar plant.

Project Details

Client: Amonix
Location: 
Aurora, CO
Project Cost: 
$90,600,000