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COOK CANTON PTFE / CANTON, ILLINOIS

Maurer-Stutz, Inc. provided topographic survey, engineering design, and construction phase services for a PTFE manufacturing facility.  The new construction was located on a Brownfield site in Canton, IL and required specific engineered barrier and IEPA compliance. 

Site design included plan layout, grading, engineered barrier compliance with IEPA requirements, coordination with on site utilities, stormwater management and detention, ensuring ADA compliance for buildings and sidewalks, pavement designs, and assisting in obtaining the necessary permits.  Construction responsibilities included limited construction observation, shop drawing review, and bi-weekly construction progress meetings; and office preparation, coordination, and staking of construction layout.



Aventine – Anhydrous Tank / Fulton County, Illinois

Maurer-Stutz, Inc. provided topographic survey and civil and structural engineering design phase services for an industrial site improvement. 

Surveyed site and provided civil and structural design for 9200 WG tank.  This included working around existing utilities, the foundations, concrete slab, grading, and stormwater design.

Site design included demolition, plan layout, grading, stormwater management and assisting in obtaining the necessary permits.  Construction responsibilities included construction administration.

 

Growmark – Grain Transfer Facility / McDonough County, Illinois

Maurer-Stutz, Inc. provided ALTA, topographic and boundary survey, civil and transportation engineering design, and construction phase services for a grain transfer facility. 

Turning lanes and intersection modifications were added to U.S. 136 with an IDOT highway entrance permit.  This required an Intersection Design Study.  The new storage bins, wet bin, and working tanks were designed around a new railroad load-out loop spur designed by others in the existing farm field.  A new office building, parking lot, and scale were designed along the inbound truck driveway, with a separate employee entrance to U.S. 136. The detention cell was placed inside the truck turn-around loop.  All interior roadway geometry was designed using AutoTURN.

 Site design included demolition, site and intersection plan layout, pavement slab design, grading, stormwater management and detention, assuring ADA compliance for building access and sidewalks and assisting in obtaining the necessary permits.  Construction responsibilities included construction administration, limited construction resident engineering in accordance with IDOT entrance permit requirement; roads and driveways, storm culverts, structure foundations, and railroad construction staking layout.

 

Keystone – Acid System Scrubber Relocate, Bartonville, Illinois

Maurer-Stutz, Inc. provided topographic survey, civil and structural engineering design, and bidding assistance phase services for an industrial site improvement.  Within the existing industrial building an Acid System Scrubber was designed to be relocated from a shut-down process to another building.  This included coordinating for routing the large pieces of equipment through the buildings and outside site.  An internal building survey was conducted for this project.  Plans were then made for installing the scrubber at a new location, including modifying the existing building, supporting the scrubber, and routing existing and new duct work through two roof penetrations and partially over the roof.  

Site design included demolition, scrubber layout, plan and profile layout of duct work, and modifications to the existing building and sprinkler system.   After bidding, the Owner decided to allocate capital to other improvements and not construct this project at this time.