In March this year, Northbank Civil and Marine, Inc. was
awarded the Bonneville Dam Powerhouse 2 Oil/Water Separator project for
The work consists of the installation of two new oil water
separators in the existing ice and trash chute at Bonneville Dam Powerhouse II,
installation of piping to the new oil water separators from the head cover
pumps for all generating turbines including the fish units on the north end of
the powerhouse. Work will start onsite July 2019 and be completed in early
In January, Northbank Civil and Marine, Inc. was awarded the
emergency repair for the McNary Dam Fish Outfall Pipe for $351,950.00.
We successfully completed of removing the damaged portions
of walkways, replacing grout pads and anchor bolts, removing damaged portions
of sprinkler system, securing remaining walkways, and adding a navigational
sign and light on the end of the outfall. All work had to be completed by the
end of February.
Northbank Civil and Marine, Inc. was recently awarded the Detroit Dam Tainter Gate Rehabilitation project for $13,075,000.
The work consists of the rehabilitation of 6 tainter/spillway gates. This includes structural strengthening the gates, full replacement of the all the gate hoist equipment, replacement of the trunnion bearing systems, and replacing the switchgear, limit switches, lighting and gate control systems. Onsite work will begin in 2019 and are scheduled to complete 3 gates per season (October 15 through January 31 annually) with the project end date in 2022.
Our new headquarters is complete and we are moved in! See attached photos below…
New Headquarters Update: Construction is progressing on our new building and it is looking really great. We should be moved into our new building by June 1st.
Northbank Civil and Marine, Inc. was just awarded the Lower Granite Dam PIT Tag Monitoring Installation Design-Build project for $5,711,972. Design will start immediately and onsite work is scheduled to begin in September 2018.
Work consists of modifying spillbay 1 and installing 11 new PIT Tag monitoring antennas (to monitor juvenile fish passage) into the spillway ogee. Requires partial concrete demolition of the spillway ogee and embedding the new antennas into the concrete and pouring concrete over the top. Also includes installation of the monitoring building, equipment and control system next to the spillbay.
Northbank has been contracted to provide and install a new 100 kW backup generator enclosed in a new pre-engineered building at Blue River Dam in Blue River, OR. The new generator building will house the primary distribution panels for the service feed and will provide the Intake Water Tower Regulating Outlet Motors and the Dam’s Spillway Gates with power. Major construction activities include: New Electrical Ductbank, Design and Install Concrete Foundation and Apron, Design and Install CMU Wall, Install High Security Fence, New Electrical and Control Panels and related equipment, and Old Equipment Demolition. Construction is slated to begin Spring 2018 and will be completed late Summer 2018.
This design-build project will involves the installation of a 1000 square foot locker room inside an existing dam. Features of work include steel structure installation, plumbing, electrical, HVAC systems, and finishes. NCM has subcontracted with two design firms to complete the plans and specifications for the project. Design and substantial completion will occur within a short six month window.
This $2.9 million project involves designing and installing three components- Increase the flow rate of the air stream, increase the cleanliness of the outdoor air drawn into the powerhouse, and achieve more effective pressurization of the powerhouse. Design has begun and the onsite work will start in February 2019.
This is a $4.7 million project that includes removing and installing new low voltage and medium voltage motor control centers and large unwatering & drainage pumps, and installation of an oil water separator system all inside the powerhouse at Lower Monumental Dam. On site work is set to start in October of 2018 and scheduled to be completed by Spring of 2019.