ILC Jasper Fine Grind Limestone Facility Expansion
Ready to rock in Jasper, Missouri
Sometimes you learn on the job. Sometimes you learn for the job.
To help ILC Resources expand their fine-grind limestone plant in Jasper, Missouri, our team received a hands-on education in working on a Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) project. Because the MSHA project guidelines are different from an OSHA project, our team got MSHA certified to complete this project.
ILC Resources is a leading manufacturer of feed-grade calcium carbonate and a responsive distributor of mineral feed ingredients to foster sound physical development and growth within animal agriculture.
This project tasked us with doubling the size of the plant by building two new metal structures at the Jasper rock quarry. One building is 30,000 SF, and the other is 10,000 SF. Both are 70 feet tall. The total cost of the project was $4.9 million.
Crossland self-performed all of the earthwork, concrete, and steel erection. We worked with a contractor to install the owner-provided conveyors, crushers, and other rock crushing equipment.
While the project was hard bid, we took on the role of leading the design process alongside a structural engineer to design the metal buildings, concrete, and owner-provided equipment.
The expansion of the plant will allow ILC Resources to add new jobs to the Jasper area and be better prepared to serve current and future customers.
Industry Sector: Industrial
Size: 72,000 SF
Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build / Hard Bid
Self-Perform: Earthwork, Steel Erection, Concrete
Owner: ILC Resources
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