A number of months ago, a solid waste client contacted Anchor Construction regarding a problem at one of their transfer stations. The concrete construction joints had failed, and trash and leachate was collecting in the newly-formed divots. This was then being dragged back out from the tipping floor by the route trucks. State regulators asked our client to repair this problem, so our client came to us.
The demands of the job were steep: our client simply could not have the transfer station out of service for more than a couple days. A standard concrete fix would have likely taken up to six weeks.
Anchor was able to research possible solutions and identify the materials, vendors, and installers that would best get the job done. The transfer station closed on a Thursday at 4:00 p.m., and the repairs were completed continuously over the next 32 hours. After a 48-hour curing period, the transfer station opened up for business again on Monday morning.
Here is a time lapse video of the work:
Anchor Construction has significant experience and expertise with design, construction, renovation, and repair of transfer stations. Contact us for more information on how we can get your project done right the first time and on schedule.