Fuel Storage Facility Uses Geomembrane for Containment in Arctic Environment
Installation: Moose Creek Fuel Farm
Location: Fairbanks, Alaska
Purpose: Secondary Containment for Fuel Storage
Owner: Crowley Solutions’ Government Services Group
Solution: XR-5 Ultra Low Temperature (ULT) Geomembrane by Seaman Corporation
Engineer: Enterprise Engineering
Construction Manager: Latitude 63, LLC
General Contractor: Alaska Pacific Constructors and Engineers, Inc.
Fabricator: Northwest Linings Inc. and AccuGeo Liner Inc.
Installer: Northwest Linings Inc.
Date Installed: 2020-2021
New Fuel Storage Facility Uses Innovative Geomembrane Connection Methods
Installation: St. Louis Lambert International Airport Secondary Fuel Containment
Location: St. Louis, Missouri USA
Purpose: Secondary Containment of Jet A
Owner: STL Fuel Committee
Solution: XR-5® Geomembrane and embedment strips by Seaman Corporation
Engineer: Burns & McDonnell
Fabricator/Installer: International Lining Technology
Installed: 2020 - 2021
Updated Containment on Craney Island
Many of the fuel tanks at Craney Island were underground and leaking, with no way of capturing spills. As a result, the Naval Facilities Engineering Command - Atlantic Division (NAVFAC) decided to issue two separate contracts to update the underground storage tanks including a secondary containment system.