Table Rock Dam and Intake Structure

Cleveland, SC

The Table Rock Intake project required pinpoint accuracy and was a technically complex project involving the construction of a new water intake structure capable of supplying 35 MGD. The project involved working off a specially designed barge platform that extended over 250’ into the lake. Crowder provided and installed two new screens with a backwash system at the Table Rock Reservoir. The project also included: an 8.5-foot-Diameter Shaft (102’ deep), a 4-foot-Diameter Tunnel (480’ long), 42” Carrier Pipe, Passive Wedge Screens, a Brick/Block Compressor Building, a 42’ Deep Excavation for Tunnel Pit, Grouted Riprap Protection at Spillway Plunge Pool, and other Miscellaneous Site Improvements. This project was completed with zero lost-time injuries and no environmental impacts. The success of the Table Rock Intake project resulted in winning the 2005 Carolina’s AGC Pinnacle Award for “Best Utility Project” and the National AGC Marvin M. Black “Excellence in Partnering Award.”