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By USAE ACWAMay 20, 2009

Work in progress: Munitions Demilitarization Building non-blast concrete, fire water storage tanks, underground utilities and "mock wall" to demonstrate construction techniques.
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Work continues on a series of major concrete placements for the Munitions Demilitarization Building.
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Work continues on a series of major concrete placements for the Munitions Demilitarization Building.
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Foundations are being installed for two large tanks that will store water for the BGCAPP fire protection system. A gravel base was placed, then forms were installed for the concrete ring that will support the tanks.
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Foundations are being installed for two large tanks that will store water for the BGCAPP fire protection system. A gravel base was placed, then forms were installed for the concrete ring that will support the tanks.
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