October 21, 2009
By Ms. Kristen Szydloski (AMC)
From the left, the Bechtel Construction Manager, Program Manager Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives and Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant Site Project Manager observe the progress inside the Automated Guided Vehicle Corridor.
The Business Agent for the Colorado Building and Construction Trades Council had the honor of signing the last girder before it was placed into position.
Ironworkers had the honor of signing the last girder before it was placed into position.
Shown from the inside, the Explosion Containment Room has 2-foot-thick concrete floors, walls and roof.
The Explosion Containment Room is constructed of 1,370 cubic yards of concrete and 188 tons of rebar.
At 80 feet high, the Air Filtration Area filter stack changes the landscape of the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant.
The second Munitions Treatment Unit was placed in the Agent Processing Building on Sept. 28 2009.