Project Name: Ohio Recycling Facility
Project Scope: New Build, Design & Construction
Timeframe: Seven (7) months
Description: For the Ohio MRF project, Cambridge was tasked to develop a project program for our client to be able to convert the facility from a 12 TPH to a 35 TPH system. Our goal was to minimize the construction capital required to leave as much capital available for equipment and options such as optics and other labor saving features. We analyzed and assessed the facility to determine what possible courses of action could be taken to expand the facility to meet the new program requirements which necessitated adding between 8,000 – 12,000 total SF. Cambridge determined that through better utilization of the current tipping floor, along with removing all of the bale storage from the current processing area and with a 9,000 SF bale storage addition, the facility space requirements could be achieved at the lowest overall building cost possible. Cambridge then provided conceptual plans to our client to use to bid the equipment package, and select the equipment supplier.
With the necessity of a complete re-tooling of the facility, and knowing it would require a complete shutdown, Cambridge developed a plan to complete all of the major construction work prior to shutting done the facility and along with a 7 day schedule, limit the shutdown time to just 13 weeks.
A detailed project plan and scheduled was developed, along with a complete project budget. With the coordinated efforts of the Cambridge team, our selected subcontractors, the equipment vendor, and our client, the project was completed early, under budget, and reopened on schedule!
Recycling Facility Completed Construction
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