Services in Idaho
DH Glabe & Associates provides construction and structural engineering services throughout the Gem State of Idaho. This includes engineering for commercial, industrial, heavy civil, and Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) projects. DH Glabe & Associates services all metro areas throughout the state including Boise, Meridian, Coeur d’Alene, Nampa and Pocatello.
DHG has worked on several jobs throughout Idaho including the following select projects:
Structural Shoring Engineering – HD Tank Development Project
Lewiston, Idaho with Technologie Anti-Corrosive: design of structural shoring to support large curved trusses for a concrete poured in place roof. The work included development of all structural steel connections, and the engineering of a work platform to allow access to the underside of the roof.
Structural Engineering – Solar Tracker Analysis Project
Boise, Idaho with SolarCascade: structural analysis of solar panels to ensure compliance with IBC and Boise building codes. Work also included the design of concrete foundations.
Rigging & Erection Plan Engineering – Idaho Transportation Department I-84 over the Snake River Project
Minidoka County, Idaho with Ralph L. Wadsworth Construction: development of an engineered rigging and erection plan to facilitate the installation of the multi-span steel girder bridge. Work included maximum boom lengths for the cranes and girder erection sequence.
It’s been said that, “Idaho is as America was.” A western frontier with more wild land than developed and a mere 1.5 million people scattered throughout the nation’s 14th largest state. The I. B. Perrine Bridge was an engineering design feat in Idaho. This four-lane truss arch bridge is 1500 feet in length and 486 feet above the Snake River. Located in Twin Falls, Idaho, it carries U.S. Highway 93 over the Snake River Canyon. The original steel cantilever bridge was named Twin Falls-Jerome Bridge and was constructed in 1927 when it was said to be the highest bridge in the world. It was restructured in the 1970s and renamed after I.B. Perrine who spearheaded the irrigation projects of the early 20th century in Magic Valley.
1900 Northwest Blvd, STE 106A Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814