Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant - February 2010 - Construction Photos

By Ms. Kristen Szydloski (AMC)February 22, 2010

Fully enclosed is the Control and Support Building where workers continue to work inside on heating, ventilation and air conditioning, interior walls and fire protection.
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Three Munitions Service Magazines are currently being installed. The Munitions Service Magazines provide buffer storage for munitions allowing 24/7 operations.
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Workers connect heating, ventilation and air conditioning atop the Agent Filtration Area. The filter stack is in the background.
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All three Brine Concentrator Feed Tanks now have insulation and coatings while work continues on the mud mats for the Immobolized Cell Bioreactors.
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Siding is currently being placed on the Biotreatment Electrical Building.
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