Alvia and its personnel have been involved with hundreds of projects in the engineering, construction and forensics field. We have experience in both buildings and civil construction and have worked on bridges, roads, hotels, storm and sanitary sewers, water wastewater treatment plants, water treatment plants, single and multi-family housing, tunnels, mass transit, shoring, retaining walls, landslide stabilization, foundation upgrade, canals, levees, water conveyance and pipelines, shopping malls, governmental facilities and many other projects. Our design capabilities allow us to use cost-effective repair techniques such as soil nails, micropiles, tiedowns, rock/soil anchors, jet grouting, compaction grouting and retrofit assemblies in our restoration work. In addition, we have worked on environmental restoration projects associated with wetlands, underground storage tanks (UST) and chemical contamination to soil and groundwater (RCRA and Superfund) in addition to asbestos abatement. Finally, our expertise provides owners with valuable experience in the construction management and forensic evaluation fields. In the event our design is selected, we can construct it. The following highlights some of the projects we have recently been involved with.
For the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) we performed seismic retrofit work to their aerial structures by designing micropile foundations and assisting with their construction.
For CFY Development Inc’s Capitol Lofts project, Alvia installed 93 micropiles to support new and existing buildings. Work performed under a design/build contract with review by the city of Sacramento, CA.
Alvia installed and tested 36 ground anchors (tiebacks) under Interstate 5 in the city of Anderson, CA, to support construction of a roundabout. Anchors were installed at angles calculated to miss foundation elements of the bridge above.
We designed, built and tested a seismic upgrade to a refurbished hotel in Sacramento, CA.
Designed and built facilities for an equestrian center in Northern California.
Construction of pens and housing for horse facilities.