Blue Skies and Dirt

Project Lifecycle Day 5: When you build a beautiful precast concrete structure for a massive underground project, does it hurt to watch your work covered up in dirt?

As phase one of the 307’ x 180’ x 12’ Lakewood Stormwater and Runoff Capture Project comes to a close in Southern California, phase two has already been excavated, and the dug-up dirt from phase two is used to cover up phase one. Good use of resources, eh?

No one’s singing the “Subterranean Precast Blues” in Lakewood. When your work goes undercover of dirt it means you’re in the homestretch. Only blue skies ahead.


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