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PPMI played a major role in Rexam Closures two most recent plant expansions. In 2001, PPMI performed the mechanical and electrical scope of work on a 45,000 square foot addition to their Princeton, Indiana facility. The following year, PPMI was awarded the mechanical, electrical, and general construction package on their completely new 200,000 square foot plant located in Madisonville, Kentucky.
PPMI was awarded a contract by Ameresco LLC to install a landfill gas blower station at Laubscher Meadows Landfille in Evansville, Indiana. This blower station draws methane gas from the landfill and supplies it to the Mead Johnson Nutritional facility in downtown Evansville. The methane is used to fire their existing boilers. Civil, mechanical, and electrical trades were utilized.
The Evansville Water Filtration Plant was originally built in 1870. Since that time, there have been many improvements and additions. Today, the Evansville Water Filtration Plant is a conventional treatment plant facility designed to pump 60 million gallons of water a day. For the latest improvement, PPMI was awarded a $4.8 million project to upgrade all of the chemical feed processes. This recent upgrade addresses the feed and capacity of the chemical systems in conjuntion with changing out 120 computer actuated valves which are tied into a master SCADA system. This job is a multi-craft project utilizing electrical, mechanical, and civil groups within PPMI.