UW Platteville Batters Eye


Custom designed Batters Eye support structure made to withstand over 90 MPH winds
Building Batters Eye support structure




We were called in to design and build a batters eye that was designed to hold up to 90 mile per hour winds.  The metal framework was designed to withstand the winds and then the concrete foundations were designed.  This required us to hire Alliant Energy to dig holes that were 3 feet in diameter and over 10 feet deep to withstand the forces of the wind.

Finished Product Below



Fastened to structure with fasteners designed for 90 mph winds

Batters Eye

Guard Rail Posts 6″ x 8″ x 8′ Long

With HWY 61 project from Dickeyville to Lancaster needing to have 41,000 feet of guardrail installed, we have been contacted to assist in the guard rail post driving.  We have modified our post driver to do an accurate job of installing guard rail for either the HWY, County, or Township guard rail.  These posts are 6″ x 8″ x 8′ tall posts driven into the ground 4.5 feet deep.