The Standard in Rock Drilling and Blasting
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The City of Tacoma had plans to construct a new fish collection facility and powerhouse at Lake Cushman Dam No. 2. For the new facility to be constructed, over 350 cubic yards of rock needed to be removed next to Lake Cushman Dam No. 2…read more
This project involved construction of an improved marina basin at Banks Lake located in Coulee City, WA. For the new marina basin to be constructed, over 75,000 cubic yards of rock needed to be drilled and blasted. The area was approximately 350 feet by 400 feet…read more
The goal of this project was to repave 14 miles of Interstate 5 between Hugo and Glendale, Oregon, construct one 2.8-mile climbing lane and make other safety improvements. Drilling and blasting was located at the summit of the 2.8-mile climbing lane…read more
Multnomah County needed to replace the 87-year old Sellwood Bridge crossing the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon with a new seismically-sound structure. This bridge is the busiest two-lane bridge in the state of Oregon. McCallum Rock Drilling was a…read more
Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) designed this project to improve traveler safety by reducing severe crossover crashes that lead to fatalities and serious injuries and reduce rockfalls on the Mt. Hood Highway (U.S. 26) just east of Rhododendron and Oregon Highway 35…read more