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Project Flex GAF Plant

This design-build project involved the development of a 30-acre site, featuring a main structure of 400,000 square feet constructed with concrete tilt-wall panels, a 20,000-square-foot office building, and a 5,000-square-foot auxiliary building.


The project presented several challenges, particularly related to the construction of tilt panels and pavement sections. These required careful consideration due to their substantial weight. Furthermore, the operation of a crane, essential for moving and positioning the concrete panels, needed to be planned carefully for stability across all areas of the site, all while the presence of wetlands within the project site added an environmental constraint.


The TTL team was actively involved in the geotechnical exploration and pavement design while monitoring erosion control on the site. To address the challenge posed by the weight of the heavy-duty pavement sections and the crane operations, our team conducted thorough evaluations of the subgrade soils. Based on our analysis, we recommended the use of heavier fill in areas where the subgrade was compromised to adequately support the crane during construction.

In dealing with the wetlands on the site, we coordinated closely with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to facilitate timely submission of required reports and compliance with environmental regulations. Our proactive approach allowed the project to remain on schedule despite the environmental considerations.

Our team’s ability to handle complex technical challenges and navigate environmental compliance requirements played a crucial role in the successful execution of this design-build project. Our expertise in geotechnical and pavement engineering, combined with a commitment to environmental stewardship, provided delivery of a high-quality and sustainable construction project.


Valdosta, GA







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