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Objective: Aluminum Bottling Facility

Project Overview: GMC executed three different projects to support the installation of a new aluminum bottling facility.

Scope 1: Included installation and final connections for the water main and gas main running to new facility. The project also included all excavation and backfill for roughly 2000 ft of piping and final connections, including all required valving and stopple installation. GMC completed hot taps for both the water line and gas line to allow final connections while the line was still flowing with product.

Scope 2: Assist with installation of equipment for the new scrap building adjacent to the new bottle facility. GMC also installed 32 pieces of equipment including a dust collector fan, weigh hoppers, catch bins with motorized valves, oil drain piping separator, block scrap compactor, cupping press, bag filtration housings, cyclones, depalletizer, roof top AC units, and automated conveyor oilers.

Scope 3: Included installing 53 pieces of equipment including tanks, lime slurry pumps, screw feeders, tank mixers, and structural steel for platforms for the new bottling plant’s wastewater treatment. GMC also installed temporary lamella for water treatment requirements while the existing wastewater treatment facility was demoed out with field-testing. All concrete work for pads, clarifier work, and painting services were managed by GMC.


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"Rohlfing and his lead foremen Jeff Kneemiller really took ownership of the project, especially during the 24-hour period when the tie-ins were made to the existing plant. This was completed in the middle of the night when treatment flows were lowest, 2 hours ahead of schedule. This gave the plant a few additional hours to troubleshoot any issues between the interface between the old and new sections of the plants.”

Doug Wachsnicht, Goodwin Brothers Project Manager

MSD Missouri River Treatment Plant

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