Anderson Engineering provided civil, structural design and coordination for other design disciplines for the new manufacturing and repair facilities at Hill Air Force Base. In conjunction with Coast Machinery, Anderson as prime consultant for relocating critical manufacturing equipment from Pico Rivera, California to Utah. Existing base manufacturing buildings were renovated to provide precise isolated foundations, air bourne dust removal, environmental control and utilities that are required to meet guaranteed performance of highly classified production milling and imaging equipment. New building structures were constructed to house the autoclave shown above.
There is also ample opportunity within Salt Lake City to recycle some of the waste that is typically found in landfills. Some recyclable waste types include envelopes, aluminum cans, newspapers, certain plastic containers, and cardboard. Recycling allows quality materials to be reused for new products, reducing the amount of commercial waste.