VWAPG Test and Pump Fuel Station

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Size: 19,000 SF
Type of Contract: Lump Sum
Preconstruction Services: No
Construction Team: Ken Carter, James Murphy, Isam Ghandour
Project Description: Construction of a new pump fuel canopy structure, fuel distribution for same, installation of the above ground storage tanks, and construct associated utility infrastructure and site work including paving, retention basin, and security berm. Additionally, construction of the metal fuel canopy addition, perform demolition and extend concrete slab for same, installation of the refrigerated test fuel modular storage and dispensing building, make modifications to the existing refrigerated fuel storage building, construct the drum fuel containment area, concrete apron and concrete curbing.
Owner: Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
Architect: HJH Architects[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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