Learn more about geotechnical drilling and soil sampling details from Portland Water Bureau Engineer, Tim Collins. Article published by the Daily Journal of Commerce. DJC Article: Forging a new path deep in the river
James W. Fowler Co. (JWF) is building the Mechanical Dewatering Improvements and San Dieguito Dam Improvements project for the Santa Fe Irrigation District in Rancho Santa Fe, California. This project opens a new market sector for the California JWF team as it is their first industrial division project in the region. The work is … Continue reading Santa Fe Irrigation District Mechanical Dewatering and San Dieguito Dam Improvements
Melissa started serving the James W. Fowler Co. team in 2020 in the Receptionist role. Her positive and go-getter attitude earned her a much deserved promotion to Payroll Clerk. She is responsible for processing weekly payroll for the company. Congratulations, Melissa!
Design phaseThe project is currently in the exploration/design phase. Along with utility locates, site exploration, and soil testing, this phase included conducting a geotechnical probe. The probe provided essential information on how the geology beneath the river will impact construction. Conducting the geotechnical probe helped us determine the best tools to use for the future pipeline and the best … Continue reading Willamette River Crossing
The San Marcos Interceptor Sewer Phase 2 project consists of replacing the existing 21” sewer interceptor with larger diameter pipelines between Twin Oaks Valley Road and Lift Station No. 1. Phase 2 is the portion from the Via Vera Cruz to Lift Station No. 1. James W. Fowler Co.’s (JWF) scope is the microtunneling of … Continue reading San Marcos Interceptor Sewer Phase 2
Jenn joined the James W. Fowler Co. family in 2017 as a Payroll Clerk. Her dedication and efforts have earned her a promotion to Payroll Manager. In her new role, Jenn will be responsible for the company’s payroll and benefits and will supervise payroll clerks who process the weekly payroll. Congratulations, Jenn!
The PLM_1.1 Pipeline project was recently completed for the Willamette Water Supply Commission. This project included 1,370’ of 66” steel water pipeline and was completed in December 2020. Part of the pipeline was installed under a live 63″ watermain.