Food Express, a bulk food transportation services provider, has a single diesel fueling island at their Maywood, California facility for their fleet of 60 trucks. They wanted to install a new CNG dispenser on the same fuel island to aid their fleet in the transition from diesel to compressed natural gas.
Clean Energy approached FASTECH about the project due to the challenging nature of the incoming CNG and electrical utilities. The new fast fill dispenser was going to be approximately 250 feet from the existing equipment compound.
Therefore, a new gas line approximately 400 feet long had to be installed across a busy truck parking area. Installation of new electrical utility infrastructure required the installation of several large precast structures to support future electrical services. FASTECH accommodated several field design changes from the electrical utility during the course of construction.
FASTECH worked with the electrical utility inspectors to accommodate field changes and ensure all utility standards were met, while maintaining the original design intent and layout of the station.