Anna-Jonesboro Water Commission Water Treatment Plant Renovation

Project consisted of demolition of the existing head tank, aerator building, clarifier, recarbonation tank and lime silo; removal of the existing generator; an addition to Filter Building 1; rehabilitation of existing filters and filter piping including replacing of filter valves and installation of a backwash pump; rehabilitation of high service pump station piping; construction of a new aerated head tank; helical flow clarifier and high density lime system; piping modifications; construction of fabricated steel bridges, stairs and landings; PCC sidewalk removal and replacement; repainting of the control building exterior; removal and replacement of flow and level measurement equipment; rehabilitation of the existing concrete clearwell; electrical work; site work and other miscellaneous items of work.

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University of Missouri – Life Sciences Center

The facility consists of a 235,000 square foot teaching and research laboratory building with an adjacent service building, connecting underground service corridor and associated site development.  The main building contains research laboratories and support facilities, offices, conference rooms and a 250…

Rebuilding Together 2018

Thanks to Matt Maybanks, Jordan Hunt, Collin Rodgers, Brad Klisares, Brett Yemm, Newt, Kevin Knapp and Miguel Alvarez for volunteering your time to help pull off another successful 2018 Rebuilding Together. Rebuilding Together is a nationwide volunteer project that, in…