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Project Spotlight: Corona Aggregate FacilityMarch 18, 2010
The 265-ton Corona Aggregate Facility in Corona, California, consists of two conveyors that feed eight silos and a truck loadout facility. Four of the 14-foot-diameter silos have a maximum capacity of 250 tons each; the other four hold 180 tons each. The silos are fed by a 36-inch conveyor and a 42-inch conveyor.
The facility — which stands at nearly 83 feet tall and measures about 88 feet in length — includes 10 sets of stairs and featured numerous shop-assembled frames, plate chutes and machined parts.
Quadrant Services generated more than 1,700 parts drawings for the 304-member project that included 6,649 field bolts.
This project was the Grand Prize - Industrial winner of the 2009 SDS/2 Solid Steel Competition.