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Process Construction Milestone Reached for Water Treatment Facility
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Building construction at the Lockheed Martin facility during the week of September 17th reached an important milestone as crews completed placement all of the skids and tanks in the process area.
Workers continued to install process piping, and electrical conduit and wiring. Office area build out, touch up painting and trim work also progressed, and crews continued installing spray insulation in the upper mansard roof.
Workers finished installing structures on the Tallevast Road right of way and extraction well. Wetlands and infiltration gallery sampling were also completed.
During the week of Sept. 24th, crews will continue building out the office area, and installing electrical conduit and piping in the process area. Crews will continue setting piping and vaults on the facility.
Directional drilling work will continue on 15th Street East and then those activities will move to the Waste Pro property. Final restoration work will be completed on the Tallevast Road right of way with the installation of sod and asphalt around the recently installed structures.
Crews will also be pressure testing the conveyance piping for quality control purposes.
As always, if anyone has any questions about these construction activities, please give me a call at 941-554-3862 or 1-800-449-4486 and I’ll do my best to get the appropriate answers to your questions.