This capital enhancement project included the modification of existing concrete, the installation of concrete piers, along with the fabrication and installation of structural steel supports. The Ring Dryer Access Platform included the fabrication and installation of equipment access platforms for an existing structure.
This six-month project consisted of 9,652 labor-hours from the Williams team, all recorded safe hours. The project consisted of demolition of the existing paint booth. Placement of new footings for structural steel going through the roof deck, installation of platform rooftop air-handling units. The electrical and mechanical were also relocated, which included fire alarm protection and the installation of a new two-hour protective firewall.
Removal and demolition of a tandem set of railcar dumpers and replace them with a new set that was assembled outside of the building and lifted into place with a 400-ton crawler crane. Removed and replaced a railcar positioner. Removed and replaced the grizzly system below the tandem dumper set. Removed and replaced the entire drive system. The removal and replacement was completed in a 21-day outage.
Williams Construction installed structural steel for all conveyor systems and necessary trestles for electrical power distribution. Key Stats: 62000 man hours Zero hours of lost time due to safety incidents
For this project, Williams Construction disassembled two 75 ton ammonia plants and secured them on trucks to be relocated. Equipment disassembled included three 100 ton worthington ammonia compressors and a clark compressor. Key Stats: 11500 man hours Zero hours of lost time due to safety incidents