The project was executed in phases. The original 25,000 barrel tank was demolished and hauled away. Live piping adjacent to the original tank was relocated to a new inter-connected valve station outside of the tank berm.
A new 50,000-barrel API 650 cone roof tank was constructed atop a new clay liner and granular tank pad foundation. Piping, electrical, and instrument connections were made to the new tank. The surrounding berms were upgraded for spill containment and vehicular access, and the finished surface of the tank cell was regraded towards a new drainage sump.
Construction work packages (CWPs) were delivered for tank demolition, new tank completions, three phases of piping construction, earthworks, concrete / piling, grouting, structural steel, electrical, and instrumentation work. Rally provided construction support for all CWPs.
Material requisitions (MRs) were delivered to enable the purchase of the new API 650 tank, stairs, and rooftop platform; miscellaneous piping specialty items; tank cathodic protection system; tank level, temperature, and pressure instruments; control valves; and pressure-relief valves.