GEO-Instruments installed tiltmeters on this nearly completed section of the Elliott Bay Seawall. On the left, you can see the new wall, which has a textured surface to promote sea life. A glass-covered walkway above provides lots of light, which is also necessary for a healthy environment. On the right is a temporary sheet pile wall that will be removed when construction has been completed, allowing the bay water to fill the area.
GEO-Instruments installed some shape arrays on the wet side of the sheet pile wall. Other instruments installed along the seawall include two AMTS units, rod extensometers, rebar strain gauges, load cells, and loggers with solar panels and cellular modems for relaying data to the web for processing and presentation.