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For the Washtenaw County Road Commission project, Oscar W. Larson Co. supplied and installed one 12,000 gallon split compartment UL-2085 Fireguard AST, two Wayne Global Dispensers, one Fuelmaster System, One Veeder-Root System, one 500 gallon Blue1 DEF unit, one 25,000 gallon waster UST for fire suppression, and one canopy.
The FireKeepers project entailed the implementation of a Razor touch free wash system and installation of a 57’x132’ canopy and excavation for (1) 36K Xerxes double wall fiberglass split compartment tank, (1) 24K regular no lead tank, (1) 6K premium tank, and (1) 6K diesel tank.
The Amtrak project in Washington, DC entailed the placement of five (5) 30,000 gallon steel double wall diesel above ground storage tanks on a single concrete pad, connecting the tanks to each other and the fuel annex, and a computerized delivery fill system.
This project, located in Brighton, MI, consisted of the demolition, excavation, and disposal of two (2) 10,000 gallon and one (1) 8,000 gallon underground storage tank and associated piping, and installation of new tanks and associated piping/electrical.
The project for the United States Coast Guard in St. Joseph, MI, consisted of the removal of two (550 gallon) fuel tanks, implementation of temporary fuel storage, and installation of two new (2,000 gallon diesel and 550 gallon gasoline) double walled fuel storage tanks.
The Auto-Owners project in Lansing, MI entailed the supply and installation of three (3) 40,000 gallon double wall fiberglass underground storage tanks, piping for emergency generation power, supply and installation of day tank systems, supply and installation of fuel conditioning systems.
The project for Grand Haven Schools in Grand Haven, MI entailed the removal of the existing underground storage tanks, the supply and install of one (1) 15,000 gallon and one (1) 4,000 gallon double wall Fireguard above ground storage tanks, piping, and dispensers.
The O&M Facility project in Ann Arbor, MI consisted of the installation of two (2) 20,000 gallon double wall fiberglass underground storage tanks and associated double wall fiberglass underground fuel distribution piping.