Our Waste Treatment client in Indianapolis, IN needed a new treatment facility capable of unloading rail cars. The new facility was to be a building within the existing plant. An HDPE liner system was installed under the new concrete floor.

The scope of work for the civil/structural design included field investigation, construction specifications, code investigation, applications for state and county building permits, and drawings for foundation plans, grading plans, wall sections, slab plans, site work drawings, etc. as required for construction. Sufficient drawings to bid and purchase the pre-engineered building package were also provided.

The mechanical design required the relocation of an existing bag house, relocation of existing fans, relocation of existing fuel pumps, and installation of a new air compressor. Piping plans were developed for water, gas, and air along with, tie-in details, and material specifications. HVAC design documents, equipment schedules, and specifications were also provided.

The electrical design was to provide drawings depicting existing and new electrical wiring, electrical specifications. Field investigation determined the existing conditions and load requirements.

Dynamic Engineering Design also provided construction bid packages for the excavation and foundation installation, pre-engineered building material, rail installation, geo liner installation, dump pit tank fabrication and installation, and general contractor package. Total cost for the project was approx. $3.5 mm.