COMANCO has recently started a new cell construction at a landfill located near San Mateo, California. The scope of work consists of installing 116,000 square feet of 80-mil textured HDPE geomembrane, 100,000 square feet of 60-mil textured HDPE geomembrane, 100,000 square feet of geosynthetic clay liner (GCL), and 29,000 square feet of non-woven geotextile. The scope also includes welding over 1,200 linear feet of tie-in to an existing cell.
The crew is led by Superintendent Martin Calderon, Project Manager Dan Ward, and Project Engineer Nick Rauh. The team is doing a great job, performing the work with COMANCO’s values of Safety ★ Quality ★ Service. The crew has moved forward ahead of schedule despite heavy fog, wind and rain. Shown are some progress photos from the first few days of deployment.