Double the Trouble – Crossing the Sunrail Corridor with a 72-inch Stacked Jack and Bore

Name:

JANINE ALEXANDER

Company:

TETRA TECH

Phone:

(321) 388-5178

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Co-Authors:

Natalie Urick

Double the Trouble – Crossing the Sunrail Corridor with a 72-inch Stacked Jack and Bore

Description:

Crossing the narrow and heavily congested Sunrail corridor in downtown Orlando with two large diameter pipes was not feasible until a custom 72-inch stacked jack and bore casing concept was designed. The Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) and City of Orlando Joint Use project required that OUC’s 24-inch raw water main and 20-inch potable water main be constructed via a trenchless installation under the Sunrail corridor within Highland Avenue in Orlando, Florida; however, the right-of way (ROW) is only 30-feet wide and heavily congested with existing utility facilities.

Nature of Project:
  • New Products and Method
  • Trenchless Research and Innovation
Trenchless Technology Involved:
  • Auger/Case Boring
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Has the presentation been previously given at other events or conferences? (Non-NASTT events)?

Yes

Entry Date:

December 16, 2020