Fire Water Intake Project

Marcus Hook, PA

Industry: Oil and Gas

Project Scope

The Fire Water Intake project involved the rigging and setting of pre-cast concrete wall and deck panels, and tunnels. It included the installation of cast-in-place exterior walls; 111 tons of reinforcement for concrete foundations; and cast-in-place concrete at the diesel tank containment, pump house foundations, pipe rack foundations, foundation slab, and equipment installation in Pump Houses.

Project Stats

  • 1,900 cubic yards of cast-in-place concrete
  • 1,390 ton total of pre cast installation
  • 950 cubic feet of NS grout installation
  • 65 tons of structural screens and roadway framing and grating
  • CR Meyer Self-Performed: Demolition, Concrete, Heavy Rigging, Millwrighting/Alignment Services, and Pre-Cast Concrete Grouting

 

The quality of work and management helped these start-ups set a new benchmark for the machines. CR Meyer demonstrated their ability to be the general contractor of major installations by quickly resolving any subcontractor trades or billing issues and coordinating multiple disciplines in a limited work space.
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