Sterling Marine was brought on as a sub contractor to install temporary shoring underneath a hydraulic wall inside of an olympic sized swimming pool. Once the pool was de-watered crews entered the wall to re-coat the surface. 8 Joist Jacks were placed in various places to prevent the wall from falling in the event of a catastrophic failure. Once the crews had completed the repairs and the pool had been re-filled, Sterling Marine removed the Joist Jacks.
SMS Crews were called back out to the site to tack weld a plate inside the pool. The plate was responsible for holding the wall in line with its guide tracks.