Belews Creek Water Redirection Project

Belews Creek, North Carolina

Client:
Duke Energy

Project Size:
210,000 cu yd of earthwork, 131,800 tons of riprap and aggregate, 9,400 cu yd of concrete, and 3,400 ft of pipe.

Located at Duke Energy’s Belews Creek power plant north of Winston Salem, this project consisted of building four retention ponds for the Coal Combustion Products Water Redirection project. The scope of work included mass excavation, grading operations, geosynthetic liner installation, concrete foundations and spillway structures, stone and riprap placement, clearing and grubbing, storm water, potable water, and process piping installation. Brasfield & Gorrie self-performed the majority of work, including 210,000 cu yd of earthwork, 131,800 tons of riprap and aggregate, 9,400 cu yd of concrete, and 3,400 ft of pipe.