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AMP AMERICAS

In Cimmaron, KS, Hutton’s industrial team built a renewable natural gas facility for Renewable Dairy Fuels (RDF), a business unit of Amp Americas. Providing project management and supervision to the project, phase one involved installing the foundations for three 80-foot diameter anaerobic digesters. Phase two included installing over 7,900 feet of various piping materials and critical equipment along with 800 yards of concrete. These new facilities will allow Amp Americas to process cow manure from a nearby dairy and digest it into methane gas for everyday use.

SERVICES

  • Project phasing
  • Cost estimating
  • Self-perform

DETAILS

Phase one of this project had our team building a renewable natural gas facility that included three 80-foot diameter anaerobic digester foundations with more than 700 yards of concrete.

DID YOU KNOW?

Amp Americas carbon reductions are equivalent to removing 294,000 cars from the road for a year.

CONCRETE SOLUTIONS, SELF-PERFORMED

More than 700 yards of concrete was poured for phase one, and an additional 800 yards was used for phase two. This unique work was self-performed by specialty Hutton crews. We train our craftspeople to grow in the specialization of their skills so we can continue delivering the highest quality projects to clients.