The total construction of the Lamb Weston expansion used 500,000 square-feet of walls, 27.5 miles of electrical conduit, 1,850 tons of steel, and 19,500 cubic yards of concrete. The main processing facility is a 250,000 square-foot building, and the satellite receiving building is 43,000-square-feet. In addition, the wastewater facility included the construction of four new buildings with a total of 8,500 square-feet. The facility expansion boosts its output capacity by about 300 million pounds of frozen french fries annually.
GEOTECHNICAL STRATA performed geotechnical engineering services for the project to assist in project planning, design, and construction. Our report provided geotechnical opinions and recommendations for earthwork, site and subgrade preparation, geosynthetics, conventional foundation design, concrete slab-on-grade floors, lateral earth pressures, and slope stability analysis.
CONSTRUCTION SERVICES During the expansion, STRATA performed special inspection, construction materials, and laboratory testing services. Our special inspectors and field professionals documented on-site observations, inspections, sampling, and testing for soil and aggregate placement and compaction, reinforced concrete placements, and structural steel field welding and bolting installation.
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