To support compliance with EPA Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) regulations, Duke Energy selected Bowen to install multiple sumps to control all the discharge and rain water from the site.
- The project required careful planning as it had a very tight schedule. In addition, the underground conditions were difficult.
- Dewatering was key as the team battled extensive ground water at every excavation,
- The team was able to give the owner back $1.2 Million in value engineering.
- Bowen used a laser screed to maximize production on concrete finishing.
- The Gibson plant was supporting multiple concurrent projects. Bowen team coordinated with other onsite contractors completing work adjacent to Bowen’s work areas.
- At bid time, geotechnical data was incomplete, and the team worked collaboratively with Burns & McDonnell to make necessary adjustments while still maintaining schedule and budget.
- Bowen completed the project on time, on budget, and with zero injuries.
- Civil / Concrete
- Underground Piping
- Structural Steel Erection
- 22,500 CY concrete
- Largest Pour: 1250 CY
- 181,000 SF of formwork
- 350 anchor bolts
- 23,465 LF of piping (3”-28”)
- 10 tons of structural steel
- Zero Injury
- On time completion