Overview

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.

Project Challenges:

  • 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,

Bowen Resourceful:

  • 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.

Bowen Responsive:

  • 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 Results:

  • Bowen completed the project on time, on budget, and with zero injuries.

Project Scope

  • Civil / Concrete
  • Underground Piping
  • Structural Steel Erection

Project Specs

  • 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
  • Project Location : Owensville, IN
  • Project Type : Water Redirect
  • Client : Duke Energy
  • Total Contracts : $30,500,000
  • Project's Link : Project 1-Pager

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