The 14-man COMANCO crew led by Superintendent Tony Sanchez, has begun installation at a landfill in Livermore, California. The project consists of a five layer system with nearly 622,000 SF of material for each layer. The five layer system is comprised of the following: 270 mil Geocomposite; 40 mil HDPE Textured Geomembrane; Geosynthetic Clay Liner; 80 mil HDPE Textured Geomembrane; and a mixture of 270 and 330 mil Primary Geocomposite. The installation process also involves about 3,600 LF of tie-in to existing liner.
The crew has made progress on the first two layers by installing over 361,600 SF of 270 mil Secondary Geocomposite, 317,900 SF of 40 mil HDPE Geomemebrane, and 1,140 LF of tie-in to existing liner. The crew is staying focused on maintaining a safe and efficient manner of work throughout the course of the project, and we look forward to see the progression.