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Savannah River Site Failed Equipment Storage Facility

Area: 5,000 SF

Cost: $2 Million

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Completion: 1990

Project Description:

In 1990, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) proposed to implement a waste management strategy for the Savannah River Site (SRS). This required the construction of an underground concrete vault, built to store radioactive contaminated equipment. R.D. Brown Contractors, Inc. was contracted to build the vault, which has a 5 ft thick concrete basemat, along with concrete walls that stretch 26 ft high and 3 ft wide. The vault also has a 3 ft thick removable cover with a Gantry crane.