Services in Montana
DH Glabe & Associates provides construction and structural engineering services in the Big Sky Country state of Montana. This includes engineering for commercial, industrial, heavy civil, and Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) projects. DH Glabe & Associates services all metro areas throughout Montana including Billings, Bozeman, Missoula, Great Falls, Kalispell and Helena.
DHG has worked on several jobs throughout Montana, including the following select projects:
Earth Shoring Engineering – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Earth Shoring Engineering – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lower Yellowstone Diversion Dam Replacement Weir and Fish Passage Channel with Ames Construction in Intake, Montana: preliminary engineering design of a cofferdam for the installation of a temporary bridge. Work included developing sheet pile type, deflection limit analysis, embedment depth of piles, and steel waler anchor system.
Concrete Shoring Engineering – Municipal Water Tank Improvement Project
Concrete Shoring Engineering – Municipal Water Tank Improvement Project with T.C. Shoring in Butte, Montana: engineering and design of concrete shoring for the installation of a water tank dome roof. Work included developing maximum shoring leg spacing, aluminum beam and stringer layout.
Structural Shoring Engineering – Wal-Mart Expansion
Structural Shoring Engineering – Wal-Mart Expansion Project with WACO Scaffolding in Miles City, Montana: engineering of structural shoring towers to support existing girders and trusses for wall removal. Work included determining roof loads and structural members for placement of the shoring towers.
Montana is known for Yellowstone Park, the Bighorn mountains and Glacier Park. The state is home to the Hungry Horse Dam is an arch dam on the South Fork Flathead River in the Rocky Mountains. Built in 1953, at 564 feet high and 2,115 feet across, it was the third largest and second highest concrete dam in the world at its completion. It holds a volume of 3,100,000 cubic yards of concrete. Its primary purpose today is to generate hydro-electric power generating about a billion kilowatt-hours each year.
1001 S. Main Street, STE 49 Kalispell, MT 59901