This engineered elevated driveway structure required extra steel reinforced concrete piers, portions of the damaged support structure to be replaced with new pressure treated framing and a sister beam to be installed under the garage, and above the bathroom ceiling as necessary extra support to the dry rotted existing beams.

Finished Project –

Elevated Driveway Structure With New Concrete 
Driveway And Guardrails:

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Pre-Site Conditions –

Extensive Dryrot From Water Intrusion At House 
At Elevated Driveway Structure:

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Installing New Concrete Piers:

This engineered elevated driveway project involved installing new concrete piers as additional support. Those piers needed to be hand excavated with demolition hammers.

During Construction – Foundation Pier Excavated With Steel Cages In Place:

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New Framing For Elevated Driveway Repair:

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Moisture Barrier Installed In Preparation For New Concrete Driveway On Elevated Driveway:

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Structural Beam Repair Within Residents Necessary For Elevated Driveway:

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Concrete Footing With Simpson Structural Connectors For Foundation Of Elevated Driveway:

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