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EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY RENEWABLE ENERGY CENTER

Industrial

EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY RENEWABLE ENERGY CENTER

The plant houses two 40,000 lb/hr biomass boilers that now provide steam for the entire campus. These biomass boilers are capable of using wood chips or sawgrass as a fuel source; the latest in renewable energy design. In addition to providing steam, the plant also generates electricity in two ways. First a 550 kW turbine generator also powered by the biomass steam, and secondly a solar panel array that added another 20 kW. These electrical power sources not only supply plant power, but also dispense excess power to the grid. The plant has redundant steam generation capabilities with two 50,000 lb/hr additional boilers capable of burning natural gas or fuel oil.
Client Honeywell International
Location Charleston, IL
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DENNISON HALL RENOVATION & EXPANSION (SPRUNG STRUCTURE)

Education

DENNISON HALL RENOVATION & EXPANSION (SPRUNG STRUCTURE)

Construction of a 4,000 SF addition, new connecting corridor, and renovation of a student education and music performance area.
Client Case Western Reserve University
Location Cleveland, OH
Square Footage 4,000.00
Project Budget $1.5 Million
DELAWARE WATER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS

Water Resources

DELAWARE WATER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS

This is one of only a few membrane plants in Ohio using both ground and surface water sources, making this project unique and complicated. The new system features three ultrafiltration skids and three pressure filters which pretreat and feed water from both raw water supply sources to five nanofiltration skids.
Client City of Delaware
Location Delaware, OH
Gallons of Water Per Day 7,100,000.00
Project Budget $30.2 Million
CHRYSLER CORPORATION VARIOUS PROJECTS

Industrial

CHRYSLER CORPORATION VARIOUS PROJECTS

Shook has been working at Chrysler’s five separate manufacturing plants in Kokomo, IN continuously since 2011. Packages have included foundations and flatwork, slab demolition and equipment demolition, setting of new equipment, new building structures and many miscellaneous projects that are dedicated to maintaining the continued operations of the facilities.
Client Chrysler Corporation
Location Kokomo, IN
Square Footage 100,000.00
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ALLEGHANY COUNTY OF VIRGINIA LOWER JACKSON REGIONAL WWTP

Water Resources

ALLEGHANY COUNTY OF VIRGINIA LOWER JACKSON REGIONAL WWTP

New 2.6 MGD enhanced nutrient removal wastewater treatment plant consisting of: Sludge Handling System, Headworks Building, Reactor Basins, Chemical Treatment, UV Disinfection, Effluent Filters, Clarifiers, Cloth Media Filter System, Laboratory / Control Building, Related Process Equipment, Piping, Electrical and Instrumentation Systems.
Client Alleghany County of Virginia
Location Eagle Rock, VA
MGD 2.60
Project Budget $14 Million
MASSILLON WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT EXPANSION

Water Resources

MASSILLON WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT EXPANSION

This project involved a comprehensive upgrade and expansion of the existing plants treatment process and capacity. The primary change in treatment process was the conversion of the existing aeration system to biological reactors using an Integrated Fixed Film Activation Slude process. Additional upgrades including new screw pumps at the headworks station, upgrades to the chemical feed system and a new 27MGD effluent pump station.
Client City of Massillon
Location Massillon, OH
MGD 42.50
Project Budget $27 Million

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SAFELY, THE ONLY WAY TO WORK

Safety is the most important value in our company. It impacts everything we do and is the first consideration when we plan our work. Our motto says it all: Safely, the only way to work. Our entire team is passionate about ensuring that everyone onsite works safely and can return home at night.

Our award-winning safety program is designed to provide zero incidents, as well as a safe and healthy work environment for all of our employees, subcontractors and the general public. Our goal on every job is to ensure that all work is completed safely with appropriate tools, equipment and methods. This goal takes priority over project scheduling concerns.

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