J.F. Allen Company completed the sitework necessary for a metering and regulating station in Clarington, Ohio for Eureka Midstream. Located next to Transcanada’s “Leach Xpress” interstate pipeline, the metering and regulating station had to be completed under a tight timeframe.
J.F. Allen completes the site preparation (excavation and drainage) and paving work for a compressor station in Smithfield in Wetzel County.
J.F. Allen Company completes upgrades to the Files Creek Compressor Station located in Randolph County.
J.F. Allen Company completes upgrades to the Cleveland Compressor Station located in Upshur County.
J.F. Allen builds one of the largest Reinforced Soil Slope (RSS) walls in the eastern United States. At 45 feet tall, what makes the project even more unique was that the RSS wall was built on top of a constructed Soldier Pile wall system. The project was completed to provide a leading natural gas processor additional acreage for their cryogenic processing facility to increase capacity and provide recovered natural gas liquids (NGL’s) to the region.
J.F. Allen Company completes the addition of a new apron on the west side of the airport. The new apron allows for the increased parking area for aircraft and ensures that air traffic moves more safely and effectively at the airport. The construction tasks included site excavation, drainage, and a new overlay for the entire runway.
The Meadowfill project in Bridgeport consisted of creating a new cell and the moving of approximately half a million cubic yards of material.
J.F. Allen Company completes the North Central West Virginia Runway Extension and Runway Area Safety Improvements project. This includes extending the runway 800 feet and adding numerous safety features to the airport. Details of the project include 374,000 yards of excavation, 1,600 linear feet of storm water pipe with two underground storm water retention systems, 4,300 linear feet of under drain pipe, 50,000 tons of sub and aggregate base course material, 22,000 tons of Hot Mix Asphalt, 240,000 square feet of pavement markings, 7,000 linear feet of milling (existing runway surface), grooving the runway, relocation of 12 MSLR towers, displacement and relocation of thresholds, and the relocation of various FAA equipment and buildings.
J.F. Allen Company completes a cell and liner at the S&S Landfill in Clarksburg, West Virginia.