COMANCO Team Pushes Hard to Place 36″ Pipe

The COMANCO crew worked hard today to get two (2) 36″ HDPE pipes up a gyp stack slope on a project in Central Florida. The pipes are part of a drainage system for one of the ditches on the gyp stack and each pipe run was approximately 400′ long. The team used careful planning and coordination to get these pipes in place, and the work was completed safely with no incidents. The crew has been working on this project for over 2 months and approximately 5,600 LF of ditch has been graded. The crew has been led by Project Superintendent Charlie Ingle, Project Manager Dragan Milosavljevic, and Senior Project Engineer Nick Bridges.