Concrete being poured for floor of transfer station
Steady progress is being made on construction of a new county transfer station.
Last week concrete was poured on the lowest level of the east half of the building under construction.
Cement trucks dumped loads into the back of a truck which then pumped the wet concrete into a 100-foot boom with a spout at the end as workers directed the flow.
Cody Nelson, co-owner of Nelson-Fowles Construction, the general contractor for the job, said the area where concrete is being installed will be a drive-through for trucks to park while being loaded.
Nelson said after the east half of the building is completed, a temporary wall will be put up between it and the existing west half. Transfer station employees will then work inside the east half while the new west half is completed.
Last modified April 22, 2020