NORTH VALLEY LANDFILL PROJECT
$3.1 Million- Completed 2017
This project included two contracts to construct a new municipal landfill from a greenfield site. Work included clearing and grubbing 49 acres, mass excavation and compacted embankment placement of 340,000 CY of native soils for the initial landfill cell. The cell was then subsequently lined with 850,000 SF of GCL, 1,009,000 SF of HDPE liner and 437,000 SF of drain net. The project also included placement of 48,000 CY of initial cover soils over the new liner system. The project also included storm drain piping, a new leachate pond and 3,500 feet of HDPE leachate piping, development of new access roads and revegetation.
PROMONTORY POINT LANDFILL PROJECT
$10.6 Million- Completed in 2018
The site development for a new landfill in the desert of Northwestern Utah included 650,000 CY of mass excavation for the first landfill cell and installation of 1,184,000 sf of HDPE and GCL liners. The earthwork scope also included the onsite crushing of 30,000 tons of leachate gravel and 67,000 tons of operational cover material. The project included over 2,900 feet of HDPE leachate piping, 72”-84” RCP and 72” CMP drainage piping, lined drainage channels and access roadways. Additional work included construction of two scales, waterlines, storage tanks, leachate equipment, and 150,000 square feet of asphalt improvements.
BANNOCK COUNTY LANDFILL EXPANSION - PHASE 1
$1.9 Million- Completed in 2019
This project was an expansion of the Bannock County landfill in Pocatello Idaho. It required approximately 29,000 cubic yards of liner cover backfill and compaction, and over 68,000 tons of road-base in order to create lifts 2 & 3. Also part of the project was an addition to the existing leachate piping system