OM (operation/maintenance) Building, 69,000-SF
A pre-engineered steel structure along with a small standard steel structure for the office area housing: Administration area – offices for staff, lunch area, training area, restrooms/locker rooms. Truck Storage – main part of the facility which is able to hold 35 plow trucks. Wash Bay – area has an undercarriage wash system and two industrial pressure washers. Maintenance Area – area used for truck maintenance. It includes an overhead crane, vehicle exhaust system, lubrication system, and mobile truck lifts. Paint Booth – 60’x20’ enclosed paint booth system for body work on trucks.
Salt Storage Building, 18,460-SF Building is composed of 12’ concrete walls with a pre-engineered fabric structure mounted to the concrete wall that is 40’ tall at its peak. It is open in the front and closed in the back. It is capable of holding 12,000 tons of salt.
Material Storage Building, 6,800-SF
Building is composed of 12’ concrete walls with a pre-engineered fabric structure mounted to the top of the wall. It is open to the front and closed in the back.
This building has stackable concrete that create bays where dry materials can be stored such as asphalt grindings, stone, sand, etc…
Cold Storage Building, 12,000-SF
Building has 4’ concrete walls on the perimeter with a pre-engineered fabric structure mounted to the top of the walls. This building is completely enclosed. Used for storing items that do not require a tempered space but need covered from the elements such as plows, roadway maintence equipment, tools, etc…
Brine/Decant Area, 1,500-SF
In the Brine area, we installed (4) 20,000 gallon storage tanks and a Brine maker. Brine is made and stored in the tanks until it is unloaded into trucks and dropped on the roadways. In the Decant area, there are 4’ concrete walls with a pre-engineered fabric structure mounted to the top of the wall. This area contains a catch basin inside of it where ODOT’s sewer trucks dump trash collected from roadway drains. Once this material dries it is placed into dumpsters.
Fuel Island, 1,500-SF
A 16,000 gallon above ground fuel tank for diesel and gasoline.
Infinity coordinateed with the pre-manufactured building supplier and the separately contracted building erector to work through challenges, applicable code requirements and unexpected conditions. Through daily communication we made sure that needed materails were available when needed to avoid construction downtime. The project completed within its 12-month time frame despite working through a very wet and windy winter. Severe weather greatly challenged erection of the pre-engineered building. To stay ahead of the weather we worked Saturdays and Sundays. Used micro-silica as an additive to harden concrete used on the site. The steel on this project was subjected to Federal tarrifs imposed after we took bids for the project. Required a negotiation with the State of Ohio to absorb the increases. Achieved 18.7% diverse subcontracting participation.