POWER PLANT COAL PILE PUMP HOUSE
JP Cullen constructed the Coal Pile Pump House at a Power Plant in Wisconsin.
The lower half of the Pump House is made out of Cast-in-Place Concrete and houses the mechanical equipment. The upper-level is constructed out of masonry partitions clad with metal wall panels and a metal roof on the exterior to house all of the associated mechanical controls for the pump house equipment.
- Mat slab was 2′-6″ thick with conduit and floor drain pumping, walls are 16′-9″ tall and 1′-2″ thick and the lid is 1’3″ thick
- Lower half of the Pump House is made out of Cast-in-Place Concrete and houses the mechanical equipment
JP Cullen self-performed the concrete, masonry, and structural steel and miscellaneous metals for this project, resulting in close coordination and efficiency in production.
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JP Cullen understands the critical aspects of the Power industry and provides a detailed set of best practices to ensure we meet the industry’s rigorous regulations and quality.
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