Over the course of two seasons, Keen responded to client needs including a rebuilding project to help get up and running prior to harvest following an explosion that occurred onsite. Keen jumped in with millwright resources to make this happen on a strict timeline.
The following year, Keen removed temporary structures and installed permanent storage and a 50,000 bushels per hour (BPH) rail loading facility. This project included new receiving conveyance and elevator installations, as well as re-installing an existing rail loader and storage. Keen also built a 20,000 BPH truck loadout at the facility.
Keen’s performance led to also being contracted on this site to install a dryer bypass conveyor along with conveyance to a new storage bin.
Millwright Services, Construction Management, Design