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This rain tank system, an Atlantis D by Kristar, consists of 144 total modules and was installed at a local church in Huntington Beach, CA.
This 8'x18' stormfilter vault holds 38 filter cartridges and was hoisted using a 120K truck crane. This unit was installed at a local church site in Huntington Beach, CA.
This stormwater storage tank has just been installed using an excavator. This underground fiberglass tank will be used to collect rainwater and irrigate the surrounding school campus.
At Cal-Tech in Pasadena at the Linde+Robinson Laboratory renovation project, the construction zone presents challenging tight areas to work around. Preserving existing conditions, and trees while coordinating with other Subcontractors and working around several jobsite trailers is nevertheless a manageable
This tank is ready to be installed in the adjacent trench and will hold up to 40,000 gallons of stormwater which will be used as a secondary rainwater collection system for irrigation purposes.
Removing hydraulic shores are important to any pipeline or underground construction activities. How they are removed will help prevent trench collapse.
The adjacent open trench bottom will be lined with pea size gravel, called "pea gravel," approximately 12" thick for proper bedding support.
Multiple aluminum hydraulic shoring jacks are used to contain a wide and deep trench prior to installation of a fiberglass tank which will hold 40,000 gallons.
Kana Pipeline crews are excavating a wide and deep trench while also preparing to install necessary hydraulic shoring to brace and prevent from trench cave in.
This red and relatively lightweight 100% fiberglass storage tank is being hoisted onto a trailer and will be installed at a local university in Pasadena.
Survey staking, as indicated by pink cloth on these wooden stakes, are especially important for catch basin installations to ensure they are formed at the correct angles so when curbs, gutters and sidewalks get poured later, everything is in line
This 40,000 gal 100% fiberglass water-efficient tank measures 57'L x 12' W and will be installed at Caltech to collect and reuse rainwater for irrigation which is part of a Green Building application.