Cost: $2.7 Million
This project called for the removal and replacement of Reservoir 1518 at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, California. The scope of work included the removal of an above-ground circular reinforced concrete reservoir, erection of a new two million gallon circular welded steel reservoir with a concrete ring foundation, replacement of a waterline with an 18-inch diameter line, grading, and related incidental work. An option was awarded on this project which included: removal of the existing fencing and installation of new fencing and gates, construction of a 12-inch storm drain and associated catch basins, installation of a fire hydrant assembly, paving of all asphalt including base course, installation of area lighting including electrical lines and connections, installation of a fluoride injection system, installation of steel tank cathodic protection system, and installation of a reservoir mixing system.
What They Say…
“The workmanship was spectacular…The field staff was outstanding. They were very helpful and friendly. Overall, the government enjoyed working with Stronghold. They did a great job on the project.”