As a consequence of two landslides of large proportions that took place in Cumpăna, Constanța County, families were evacuated and the stability of the left bank of the Danube - Black Sea Canal was severely affected. Considering the strategic importance of the Black Sea Danube Canal as well as the situation of the families evacuated, the consolidation of the affected shore was carried out as a matter of urgency.
Phase 1 of the works consisted in the installation of a discontinuous retaining wall consisting of 47 raft foundations of 6 x 6 x1 .5 [m] based on 282 drilled piles realized with full casing technology of 1080 mm and a maximum depth of 22 m. Another key component of the retaining system was the installation of buttresses made of three secant piles, one non reinforced and two reinforced
The project was delivered on time, within budget, with no work accidents applying Terratest´s high Standards of Quality and Health & Safety (GoalZero).
We recognize the performance and dedication of our team in this challenging project for doing such an excellent job.