Chemical Structural Anchoring Systems and Accessories
KELKEN CONSTRUCTION SYSTEMSOver 40 DOTs, the Army Corps of Engineers, the FHWA, the Bureau of Reclamation and others accept, specify and many agencies buy our anchoring products for their own use. We have gained credibility by having stood up to the rigors of time in thousands of applications involving millions of anchors. Kelken installations have withstood hurricanes Hugo and Andrew, combatted Los Angeles' and New York's light transit system's traffic. We have taken the pounding wave actions of the Florida Keys, and the ice flows of Alaskan rivers. We have been used underwater on Coast Guard projects as well as on dams belonging to New England Utility and New York Power. We've been installed on Army Corps of Engineer locks in mid-winter in upstate New York. The U.S. Navy uses us to anchor the cable arrestors on concrete runways in Oahu, Hawaii and Norfolk, Virginia. The FHWA has verified crash tests of trucks at 51 mph into Jersey barriers are used for anchoring light poles, high mast lighting, 150 ft. high energy producing windmills, turbines, paper rolling equipment and automatic rack retrieval systems. Keligrout™ is FHWA approved for both temporary and permanent precast concrete barrier installations on structures.
Saw Mill River Parkway Bridge, Yonkers, NY
Bridge Rail Anchorage
Contr: Bellino Const / O.W. Hubbell
North Ridge Sewerage Treatment Job, N.Y.C.
One Wall Forming with Kelibond and Coil Rod
Contr: Terminal Construction
Owner: N.Y.C. Dept. of Environmental Protection
Philadelphia Elevated Rails
Wood Tie Anchorage (Removable)
Owner: SEPTA (Southeast PA Transit Authority)
IBM Buildings - Somers, New York
Structural Steel Columns
Contrs: Mellon-Stuart / Yonkers Contracting
Architect: I.M. Pei
I-85 Charlotte, N.C.,
100 ft. High Mount Light Standards
Contr: Crowder Constr / J.W. Campbell
Holland Tunnel, N.Y.C. to N.J.
Testing Anchors for Precast Elements
Owner: Port Authority of N.Y. - N.J.
Earle Ammunition Base, N.J.
Contr: Arnold M. Diamond Co. / Perth Amboy
Owner: U.S. Navy
G.M.A.D. "A" Car Plant
Robotics Base Installation
Contr: Giametta Rigging and Milwright Co.
Owner: General Motors Co.