Salton City Landfill Phase 1B Cell Construction

Sukut Construction was awarded the Salton City Landfill Phase 1B Cell Construction project located in Salton City, CA. This earthwork project consists of excavating and preparing of subgrade, placement of engineered fill material layers for berms around the cell expansion, placement of 2 ft thick low permeability soil liner, preparing the liner system subgrade, excavation and backfill of the synthetic liner anchor trenches, placement of the LCRS gravel, underdrain pipe, geotextile materials, and 2 ft thick protective soil cover material.

FRB Landfill Main Haul Road Crossing Repair

Sukut completed emergency repair of the storm drain inlet and road crossing across the main landfill access road. Work included demolition of existing drainage features, construction of 3 concrete inlet structures, installation of 200 LF of 60” CHDPE Storm Drain and AC Paving. Project required a significant amount of coordination with the landfill operations and traffic control due to working on the main landfill access road.

Guadalupe Landfill

Guadalupe Landfill is an active landfill utilizing an active landfill gas collection system, flare and landfill gas power plant to control and utilize landfill gas at the northern California landfill. Sukut Construction was awarded the site’s latest contract to install 25 LFG extraction wells and associated HDPE LFG collection piping. This project included expanding the perimeter header piping with an additional 4,000 linear feet of 18-inch diameter HPDE pipe.

Calabasas Landfill

Liner expansion construction including mass excavation, low permeability processing and placement, 80-mil Geosynthetic liner, Geosynthetic Clay liner, protective membrane, under drain, subdrain and leachate collection system, and misc. civil improvements. This project was constructed on slopes ranging from 2:1 to 1.5:1 and on the floor of the cell.

San Timoteo Sanitary Landfill

Sukut Construction has provided the San Bernardino County with landfill expansion construction at numerous landfills throughout the County. The San Timoteo construction project consisted of mass excavation, installation of ground-water control systems, one foot clay liner and dual geomembrane liner on the cell floor with a single geomembrane system on the side-slope areas.
The following is a brief description of work completed:
• Screening and processing of 212,000 cubic yards of operations material.
• Excavated and placed 5,000 cubic yards of low permeability soil.

Lancaster Landfill Liner Phase 1b and 1c

Liner expansion construction included mass excavation, engineered fill, placement of various LCRS drainage layer components included lateral and mainline HDPE piping, installation of 12 inch thick LCRS rock over cell floor, temporary sump, placement of 8 oz. Geotextile, and protective cover soil material placement. The new cell construction was constructed in accordance with the Subtitle D regulations.
The following is a brief description of work completed:
• Soil excavation and stockpiling of 98,000 cubic yards.
• Placed 37,000 tons of LCRS Rock.

Phelan Sanitary Landfill

Final landfill closure construction efforts for the Phelan Landfill included mass excavation, waste relocation, soil processing, final cover soil / unclassified fill placement, rip-rap bank construction, asphalt / concrete placement and misc. civil improvements. The project was constructed as a final measure for facility closure and approval from the Region Water Quality Control Board.
The following is a brief description of work completed:
• Soil excavation of 250,000 cubic yards.
• Processed and installed 50 acres of Final Cover Soil.

Newberry & Yermo Sanitary Landfills

Sukut Construction excavated and stockpiled 60,000 cubic yards of soil. We also processed and installed 19 acres of final cover soil which included the installation of 15,000 lineal feet of Rip-Rap Bank Protection and 40,000 square feet of asphalt access road.
The following is a brief description of work completed:
• Value engineered fence modification which saved $50,000 to the project.
• Utilized a mass quantity of retained rock materials from earthwork processing operations to minimize the outside purchase cost of rip-rap to be used as bank protection.

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