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Fulcrum Processing Building Design-Build

Sparks, Nevada

Project Overview

Fulcrum Processing Building Design-Build: This project totaled 93,000 SF of total building work. Cambridge upgraded and remodeled the existing 62,000 SF facility to incorporate new processing equipment and constructed a 22,000 SF inbound material tipping area addition on one side and a 9,000 SF addition on the other for residual outbound materials.

The new additions had cast-in-place concrete walls, heavy duty floors, and pre-engineered metal buildings. Cambridge also installed compactors for the outbound feedstock as well as tippers for the inbound material. Site improvements included the relocation of an above ground truck scale, addition of an in-ground scale, electrical service upgrades, and modifications to the storm water conveyance system to accommodate the building additions.

Fulcrum Processing Building Design-Build

Date Completed:
October 2019

Client:
Fulcrum BioEnergy, Inc.

Type of Work:
Design-Build

Project Overview

Fulcrum Processing Building Design-Build: This project totaled 93,000 SF of total building work. Cambridge upgraded and remodeled the existing 62,000 SF facility to incorporate new processing equipment and constructed a 22,000 SF inbound material tipping area addition on one side and a 9,000 SF addition on the other for residual outbound materials.

The new additions had cast-in-place concrete walls, heavy duty floors, and pre-engineered metal buildings. Cambridge also installed compactors for the outbound feedstock as well as tippers for the inbound material. Site improvements included the relocation of an above ground truck scale, addition of an in-ground scale, electrical service upgrades, and modifications to the storm water conveyance system to accommodate the building additions.

Fulcrum Processing Building Design-Build

Date Completed:
October 2019

Client:
Fulcrum BioEnergy, Inc.

Type of Work:
Design-Build

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