CellFill℠ Projects

 

From abandoned water and sewer pipe fills to corrugated metal pipe backfill, bridge abutment backfill, erosion control and more, CellFill℠ is ready and able to tackle projects of all sizes, big and small. Here is a sampling of our work.

61st and Memorial Water Pipe Fill

 

May 2015: Tulsa, OK

Abandoned Water Pipe Fill

 

Subcontracted through Becco Contractors, Inc. for the City of Tulsa, CellFill℠ stepped up our efficiencies to fill 1050' of 48" diameter abandoned water pipe in just 10 hours. Project also had 30' of elevation change so the lift of the cellular concrete was very important.

 

61st and Sheridan Water Pipe Fill

 

March 2015: Tulsa, OK

Abandoned Water Pipe Fill

 

CellFill℠ subcontraced with Becco Contractors, Inc for the City of Tulsa to fill over 2000 feet of 48" diameter abandoned waterline spanning from Sheridan to Memorial on East 61st Street. The steep grade of this project made CellFill℠ cellular concrete an ideal choice thanks to its high lift properties. Project was completed in 6 days over 3 separate lifts.

 

61st & Joe Creek Sewer Pipe Fill

 

October 2014: Tulsa, OK

Abandoned Sewer Pipe Fill

 

4-day job sub-contracted through Crossland Construction for the City of Tulsa. Job required filling 2200 ft. of abondoned 42" reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) with cellular concrete to prevent collapse. Entire project completed in 4 days. All 20' deep manholes filled within 4' of top.

 

Job was originally bid to use traditional flowable fill, however Crossland found it much more economical and practical to use CellFill's cellular concrete as it allowed their workforce to focus on other parts of the project. CellFill℠ saved time and labor costs for both the contractor and the City of Tulsa.

Cellular Concrete Site Set Up

Cellular Concrete Site Set Up

Our team leader met with contractors prior to the fill date to establish the optimal spot for setting up our pumper truck and silo.

CellFill Team Pic

CellFill Team Pic

Our team always arrives on time and ready to work.

CellFill Safety is a Priority

CellFill Safety is a Priority

Safety cones and vests are standard on every CellFill job site.

City of Tulsa Water Line

City of Tulsa Water Line

We filled 2000' of 48" abandoned water line for the City of Tulsa on this project.

CellFill Mobile Concrete Truck

CellFill Mobile Concrete Truck

This job was challenging due to heavy traffic on 61st street, but our team stayed alert and safe the entire project thanks in part to the small footprint of our equipment.

Hydraulic Leveling Legs

Hydraulic Leveling Legs

Our hydraulic leveling legs make it easy to adjust to a variety of terrains.

Mixing Cellular Concrete On Site

Mixing Cellular Concrete On Site

Mixing on site to the specs required by Becco and the City of Tulsa.

Dry Cement Silo Refills

Dry Cement Silo Refills

Pumping at an average of 50 cu yds per hour, dry cement silo refills were only needed every 1 1/2-2 hours.

Cellular Concrete Pumping Set Up

Cellular Concrete Pumping Set Up

The 4-lane road on the 61st and Memorial job left us ample room for set up on this 1050 ft job.

Cellular Concrete Filling Water Pipe

Cellular Concrete Filling Water Pipe

The 1050 ft of 48" diameter water pipe also had 30' of elevation change.

Efficient Cellular Concrete Pumping

Efficient Cellular Concrete Pumping

Our most efficient project to date, this entire job was completed with just 10 hours of pumping.

BNSF Railroad Crossing

BNSF Railroad Crossing

Digging up abandoned water pipe from under active railroad tracks is a logistical nightmare. CellFill made quick work of filling the pipe in a matter of hours without disrupting normal train schedules.

Cellular Concrete Job Well Done

Cellular Concrete Job Well Done

Celebrating a quick job completion with a little "hands in" photo op.

41st & SW Blvd Water Pipe Fill

 

May 2015: Tulsa, OK

Abandoned Water Pipe Fill Under Railroad Crossing

 

We do smaller jobs too! CellFill℠ subcontraced with T-G Excavating to fill 100' of 12" diameter abandoned water line running underneath 3 tracks of BNSF Railroad.  Project was completed in 5 hours from set-up to finish.

 

Bridge Abutment Fill Site

Bridge Abutment Fill Site

ODOT Demo Site in Shawnee, OK

CellFill CC150

CellFill CC150

The new CC150 unit on site.

25 ODOT Attendees

25 ODOT Attendees

Owner James Diver explains how the CC150 works.

Loading Materials

Loading Materials

All the CC150 needs on site is water and a cement drop off.

Form Boards Set

Form Boards Set

Form Boards are set on the abutment in preparation for cellular concrete application.

Ready to Roll

Ready to Roll

Pumper hose is pulled from the CC150 to the filling hole.

Cellular Concrete Pour

Cellular Concrete Pour

Pumping cellular concrete at rate of 10 cu yds/hour. Smaller jobs require slower pours and the CC150 can accommodate from 10 to 150 cu yds/hour.

Abutment Filled

Abutment Filled

View of the cellular concrete filling the bridge abutment void.

Shawnee, OK ODOT Bridge Scour Abutment

 

November 2015: Shawnee, OK

Fill Behind ODOT Bridge Scour Abutment

 

CellFill℠ debuted the new CC150 in November 2015 on a bridge abutment fill job for ODOT (Oklahoma Department of Transportation). This small job required the CC150 to pump slowly (approx. 10 cu/yds per hour) to allow the concrete to self-level and fill the smallest voids. Water plug was used to seal cracks in the abutment slope wall to prevent the cellular concrete from seeping through.

ODOT was very impressed with the versatility of the product and looks forward to using CellFill on future projects.

 

Adair, OK

Adair, OK

Abandoned diesel pipeline fill for Explorer Pipeline Company.

Adair, OK

Adair, OK

Remote location? No problem.

Adair, OK

Adair, OK

Water truck and the CC150 on site.

Adair, OK

Adair, OK

Our team is experienced and qualified to tackle any on-site obstacles.

Adair, OK

Adair, OK

The pipeline was located 300' away from the CC150 rig. No problem...we've got hose!

Adair, OK

Adair, OK

Monitoring all cement, water and preformed foam levels is easy with our on board PLC system.

Adair, OK

Adair, OK

Our streamlined operation allows us to be highly cost competitive.

Adair, OK

Adair, OK

Let us bid your next flowable fill project!

Delaware County Road Job

Delaware County Road Job

CellFill's mobility and on-site mixing make it a great resource for remote county locations.

Colcord, Oklahoma

Colcord, Oklahoma

Heavy rains and flooding washed out the rock base layer of this county road.

Colcord, OK

Colcord, OK

A streamlined set up. Cement and foam on board, just a water truck was needed on-site.

Colcord, OK

Colcord, OK

Cellular concrete flows into every crevice, securely replacing the base layer.

Colcord, OK

Colcord, OK

No more wash outs!

Colcord, OK

Colcord, OK

Our mobile CC150 carries cement and foam concentrate on board.

Colcord, OK

Colcord, OK

The finished road is stronger and less prone to washout than before.

Colcord, OK

Colcord, OK

Another job well-done!

Adair, OK Abandoned Diesel Line Fill

 

February 2016: Adair, OK
Abandoned Diesel Line Fill for Explorer Pipeline Company

 

Explorer Pipeline Company hired CellFill℠ to pump cellular concrete into 3200' of 2' diameter (372 cu yds total) of abandoned diesel pipeline. The location of this job (in the middle of a pasture), and the distance from our CC150 rig to the pipe (300') make this job a great example of the versatility of CellFill's℠ mobile unit and pumping capabilities. Our client couldn't be happier with the results!

 

Colcord, OK Drainage Layer Under Roadway

 

March 2016: Colcord, OK

CellFill℠ As Drainage Layer Under County Road

 

CellFill℠ traveled to Colcord, OK, to place 20 cu yds of cellular concrete as a drainage layer under 350' of Delaware County concrete roadway. Big floods washed out the rock at varying depths underneath the road, so CellFill℠ was a perfect solution for filling these voids completely.

 

The entire project was finished in 4 hours, from set up to pumping to clean up!

NTC Job - Irving, TX

NTC Job - Irving, TX

Cellular concrete check. Periodic material checks ensure our truck is pumping the consistency we say it is.

NTC Job - Irving, TX

NTC Job - Irving, TX

Tight quarters (even a busy highway) don't slow down the CC150.

NTC Job - Irving, TX

NTC Job - Irving, TX

The CC150's pump hoses easily reach 1000'.

NTC Job - Irving, TX

NTC Job - Irving, TX

A 4" galvanized pipe bulk head is welded to the 48" water pipe to be filled below ground.

NTC Job - Irving, TX

NTC Job - Irving, TX

We kept the cement company busy on this job pumping at an average of 120 CY per hour.

NTC Job - Irving, TX

NTC Job - Irving, TX

Pottable water, the CC150, and periodic cement refills are all we need to get the job done.

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Talk about tight spaces! Trenches are just a few feet from famed Hwy 76.

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

5 miles, both ways = 10 miles of trench to fill.

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

One of the first test pours. Success!

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Bulkheads prevent cellular concrete from filling portions of trench that are not yet complete.

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Miles and miles of conduit...

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Longer stretch of fill.

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Our mobile billboard, AKA the CC150.

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Our cured cellular concrete will be overlayed with decorative sidewalks and other beautification elements.

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

It's not pretty now...but it will be!

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Branson, MO - ONGOING

Lowell, AR

Lowell, AR

Pumping directly into 48" abandoned storm sewer pipe at 135 CY per hour.

Lowell, AR

Lowell, AR

Neat and tidy, all of our pumping equipment is housed within our CC150 rig.

Lowell, AR

Lowell, AR

Big jobs call for big quantities of foam concentrate.

Lowell, AR

Lowell, AR

To ensure consistency, our CellFill team constantly monitors and tests the components of our material.

Lowell, AR

Lowell, AR

Ready for another cement tanker refill.

Lowell, AR

Lowell, AR

Irving, TX - NTC Abandoned Waterline Fill

 

February 2017: Irving, TX

CellFill℠ As Fill For Abandoned Waterline

 

Our largest project to date! CellFill℠ pumped 5921.24 CY of cellular concrete into over 12,000 linear ft of 48" diameter abandoned waterline in Irving, TX. This job paralleled Irving's busy Hwy 183 and warranted constant site supervision and time management/coordination with North Texas Contracting and the highway authority.

 

This project included 18 different pumping locations and was still completed in 8 days time.

Lowell, AR Storm Sewer Pipe Fill

 

December 2016: Lowell, AR

CellFill℠ As Fill For Abandoned Storm Sewer Pipe

 

5092 CY of cellular concrete was used to fill this 48" abandoned storm sewer pipe for the City of Lowell, AR. We cranked it up to produce at rates averaging 135 CY per hour. It was fun working on this project with Nabholz Construction, despite the COLD December wind!

Branson, MO - ONGOING - Spirit of 76 Project

 

September 2016 to Present: Branson, MO

CellFill℠ As Protective Encasement for Underground Utilities

 

CellFill℠ is part of a 3-5 year revitalization project in the heart of Branson's famed strip, Highway 76. The City of Branson is burying its utilities along its 5 mile strip as part of the "Spirit of 76" beautification project. The new utility duct banks include 12" waterline, electric, cable, phone and fiber cables. Due to how close the conduit is placed together, you could not properly compact with traditional granular backfill, and settlement issues were a big concern. CellFill's cellular concrete is fully bedding the conduit and providing 100% compaction. It's a win-win for everyone!