Lebanon Seaboard, Lebanon, PA

    The new concrete wall and wood truss six-bay bulk materials storage facility is connected to an adjacent storage building by a steel canopy structure in Lebanon, PA. Existing buildings, train tracks and truck access required extensive coordination with the owner to meet all the design parameters of the project. These included dump truck offloading, material conveying systems between the two new portions of the project and the existing buildings, and stockpile parameters for the materials being held by the 32-foot tall concrete retaining walls.
    Construction cost $1.1 million.

    Environmental Recovery Corporation, Lancaster, PA

    This waste recycling facility is the second Environmental Recovery Corporation project Greenebaum Structures completed with Tippetts/Weaver Architects. This project included a pre-engineered steel building shell and cast-in-place concrete in-ground storage tanks. DEP required that no waste leave the building and that no groundwater intrude into the tanks. T-A-H Construction built this facility for approximately $870,000.

    Rohrer’s Quarry – New Concrete Batch Plant, Lititz, PA

    Award Winner: Award of Excellence, Associated Builders & Contractors – Keystone Chapter
    Greenebaum Structures provided structural engineering design and analysis for this challenging project. The project included new reinforced concrete aggregate storage bins and tunnel, foundations for a new conveyor system, and a 10-story structure to hold new material tanks, concrete mixer, and quality control office. The base of the 10-story structure was reinforced concrete on a mat foundation, while the eight upper stories were structural steel. Horst Construction built the $3.5M facility with office design by Cornerstone Design Architects.