TMG, as part of the joint venture firm AKHI Construction, LLC, played a key role in constructing the critical infrastructure for the New Campus East, particularly its roads and water resource system. An integral part of this system is the water storage tank and pump house to facilitate management of water delivery. Specifically, the TMG-AKHI Team has performed:
Construction of a pump house which houses five pumps with variable frequency drives, as well as installation of a SCADA system and security improvements. The pump house is constructed out of brick and concrete block, metal trusses, and metal roof. Interior work included lighting, power, sprinkler system, fire alarm, and stainless steel cabinetry for water testing. TMG also installed a series of three 300kW backup emergency generators.
Construction of the 1.5 million gallon water tank on grade with all controls and monitoring, including the construction of several monitoring vaults and the installation of a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system that links seven remote waterline locations to the pump to monitor and control the entire system. Construction of a storm water management system was also included in this project.
Installation of a 43,000 lb. concrete tank fill-valve vault in preparation for the construction of a 1.5 million gallon water tank. The valve is attached to a 16-inch water line.
Performance of site improvements which include erosion and sediment control, site grading, a paved access road, electrical utilities feed and transformer from the main line, storm drainage structures, sanitary utilities, natural gas line, water supply piping, and landscaping.