Consulting & Engineering

JW & Associates USA holds the premise that there is a sound solution for every sub-surface infrastructure challenge. Each structure has its own individual physical characteristics and will present its own unique challenges. Our approach examines all aspects of the project and our solution is derived from consideration of the physical dynamics surrounding your individual project. Accompanying our solution for each project, the client will receive our engineer’s calculations, formulated to determine the recommended lining design thickness. Our Hydraulics Engineer has developed a formula, designed to calculate the desired material casting thickness of our structural mortar, allowing us to achieve the strength necessary to accommodate the given load requirements of a project. During site visit, we collect specific criteria and measurements while in the field. Plugging the related project criteria into our engineering formula provides calculations for the desired lining build thickness. Layering our Micro-Silica Portland Based structural mortar to achieve this design thickness will enable the new monolithic High Strength Cement Culvert to exceed potential load bearing capacity.

The engineering team at JW & Associates USA has the capability to develop hydraulic modeling to provide analysis on water flow characteristics. Necessary in achieving sound structural renewal, our team will analyze any signs of structure failure and determine Geo conditions. Soil stabilization measures can be paramount to the complete restoration process, with Long-Term Service Life as the goal. This study can provide the client with supporting documentation that culvert remediation is a workable solution for their particular drainage project.

Our Centrifugal Cast-In-Place method uses dense High-Strength Cement, which offers High Resistance to Abrasion and Corrosion, and the attractive attribute of a Long Term Service Life.

We are confident that Cast-In-Place Cement lining is the best value in culvert remediation for its combination of Service Life and Low-impact Work Staging Requirements, resulting in minimal need or no management of traffic.