Long Cove on Cedar Lake, Texas 2013
Cove Mouth Isolation and Dewatering

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A 16' tall, 600' long AquaDam was installed in Cedar Lake, 75 miles outside of Dallas, Texas. The primary 16' tall AquaDam is backed up with an 8' tall AquaDam along part of its length. This cofferdam is controlling 10' of mud/water depth. Long Cove on Cedar Lake, Texas 2013
A berm was constructed on both banks, to elevate the ends of the AquaDam. Long Cove on Cedar Lake, Texas 2013
A baby dozer levels and compacts the soil forming the elevation berm. Long Cove on Cedar Lake, Texas 2013
The berm has been completed. (3) 6" pumps are placed at waters edge. These will be used to fill the AquaDam. Long Cove on Cedar Lake, Texas 2013
The 16' and 8' tall AquaDams have arrived on site. Straps will be used to lift the large AquaDam off the trailer and into place on top of the berm. Long Cove on Cedar Lake, Texas 2013
The 8' tall unit has handling ropes for easy attachment. Long Cove on Cedar Lake, Texas 2013
With the big AquaDam hanging in mid-air, the trailer can drive out from beneath it. Long Cove on Cedar Lake, Texas 2013
Bringing the AquaDam to the elevated berm which will be the starting point for this AquaDam. Long Cove on Cedar Lake, Texas 2013
Positioning the AquaDam on top of the berm. Long Cove on Cedar Lake, Texas 2013
Positioned at the top of the berm, the excavator hooked his bucket over the dam and unrolled it down the bank. Long Cove on Cedar Lake, Texas 2013
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