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Through our ability to self-perform much with the design and construction procedure, SBM has finished multiple coke plant amenities. Our design-build processes allow SBM to satisfy the undertaking owner’s aggressive scheduling, as we are able to provide a seamless construction process that includes website function, mass concrete placement, and the set up equipment C such as of emissions, steam turbine, flue gasoline desulphurization (FGD)
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Gateway Engergy and Coke Company
The Gateway Energy and Coke Company undertaking is created to exchange an current outdated coke facility with a new 120 oven coke plant capable of creating 650,000 tons of high quality coke per year for that adjacent US Steel Mill. This facility will employ using clean warmth recovery ovens that converts waste warmth into steam and electricity. On this particular undertaking the steam through the coke generating process will be sold to US Steel to remodel into electrical energy at their cogeneration facility. SBM Building is one of 6 various prime contractors operating on creating this new facility. Our authentic base contract was for all of the civil work (Putting all of the concrete foundations, grading, roadwork and so on.), and construction of a number of with the buildings around the site. We have been chosen to perform a number of other contracts for that Steel and Mechanical erection with the Heat Recovery Steam Generators as well as erection of the support steel for the Pipe Rack, and machinery erection (Pusher Charger Machine, and Stationary Ram). We are looking to complete this project on routine in early Fall of 2009.
Middletown Coke and Cogeneration Facility
In 2008, SBM began building of a green-field 100-oven metallurgical coke & cogeneration energy facility for SunCoke Energy in Middletown, Ohio. The completed plant will supply AK Steel Middletown Works with blast furnace coke and electrical energy. Along using the coke ovens, the plant consists of warmth recovery steam generators, a 67-MW steam-driven energy plant, flue gasoline desulphurization amenities, and appurtenant coal & coke handling methods. Construction with the project includes approximately 1,one hundred,000 cubic yards of earthwork, 40,000 lineal feet of underground piping, 40,000 cubic yards of concrete, 3,600,000 refractory brick, 10,500 lineal feet of conveyors, 25,000 lineal feet of mechanical piping, and one,000,000 lineal feet of electrical cable. In addition to completing the website function and electrical designs, SBM and its subsidiaries will self-perform approximately 95% of the project total manhours. The $340 million undertaking is scheduled to be total in 2010.