World War II Memorial Slurry Wall Repairs

Location: 
Washington, D.C.
Client: 
National Park Service
Contract Value: 
$5,200,000
Year Completed: 
2013
Sector: 
Expertise: 

Clark led the efforts to repair a slurry wall at the World War II Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

Originally constructed in 2004, the World War II Memorial had developed leaks on the west slurry wall. The project team made improvements to the slurry wall foundation and installed jet-grouted columns along the wall’s perimeter, as well as replacement and repair of the memorial’s electrical components. The scope of work also included memorial site restoration.

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