Green, OR Spring 2016 Project Overview: In 2016 Tabor Building purchased a 46 lot subdivision in Green Oregon and asked HEBERLY ENGINEERING to assist in the construction management of the subdivision. The subdivision comprised of mass grading (25,000 cuyds), sewer design, water distribution, storm sewer, and road infrastructure
Roseburg, OR Summer/2015 Project Overview: In 2015 Drechsel Building a large lot of land in City of Roseburg and asked HEBERLY ENGINEERING to design the civil features for the 5-lot subdivision. Civil Engineering practices were performed regarding storm water design, water distribution and sewer design, lot layout, as well as access and tie in to the existing street.
Roseburg, OR Spring 2017 Project Overview: O’Brien Heights Subdivision, is another project constructed by Tabor Building in Spring and Summer of 2017. This 26-lot subdivision required special care and planning due to the extent of the challenges of the difficult terrain and drainage challenges it possessed. Lying within the city of Roseburg, OR, HEBERLY ENGINEERING took a first-hand approach to design and engineering solutions in order to produce a project that captured all aspects of today’s engineering practices. The project entailed the mass grading of 25,000 cuyds of material so that the subdivision could drain directly to the South Umpqua River, thus freeing up some additional capacity of the already over flowing Newton Creek. O’Brien Heights is built on solid rock and a relatively flat surface, drainage and earthwork planning was at the forefront of planning layouts for this challenging area. Once all boxes were checked regarding drainage, grading and earthwork plans, HEBERLY ENGINEERING delivered a final product that superseded city and customer expectations.
Summer 2013 Sutherlin, OR Cooper Creek Dam Modifications (Sutherlin Water Control District) Project Overview: Cooper Creek Dam had an aging French/Trench drain system that needed to be rehabilitated. We chose to leave the largest and deepest underdrain in place and install a new drain between the old drain and the north side of the spillway. The new drain was approximately 18-20’ deep in places in order to intercept sub surface water flow, allowing additional drainage and bringing an old system up to date.