Randle Reef Contaminated Sediment Removal

About the Project: Randle Reef, a site in the Great Lakes at the western end of Lake Ontario is around 20 to 35 feet deep and lies at a point that has received much of the runoff from industry, as well as local wastewater plants. The result has been pollution collected in the sediment of the lake-bed that is heavily toxic.

Our Task: Bermingham was contracted for the marine installation of an enclosure that will surround the worst of the pollution, then be filled with dredged sediment from around it.

Techniques used: Sheet Pile Walls