Maumee, OH – CMS Corporation announced today it has been awarded a $5.7 million fuels project to repair three tanks at Sioux City Air National Guard Base (ANGB) in Iowa. This project was won under the Air Force Regional Engineering & Construction (RE&C) – Central Region IDIQ.
The scope of work under this project includes making various repairs to three tanks ranging in size from 2,500-BBL to 6,000-BBL. All three tanks are currently in service and contain Jet-A fuel. Prior to the start of repairs, CMS will drain and clean the tanks. Tank repairs will vary from tank to tank, but will include one or all of the following: containment repairs, exterior top coating of tank shell, roof and piping with an epoxy top coating, 100% interior tank coating, 100% new exterior coating (Tank 3 only), internal and external pipe supports, grounding, replace flange hardware and HLSO Cla-Vals, remove existing and install new external spiral stairway, replace low and high-level alarms, install stilling wells, install internal ladders, repair roof hatches, install scaffold supports, replace tank roof and install roof guardrail, tank marking/labeling, etc. Following repairs, CMS will provide a final API 653 inspection and certify the tanks fit for service.
CMS Chairman and CEO, Ernest Enrique, PE, stated, “We look forward to working with Sioux City ANGB to repair the tanks. We are pleased to continue our collaboration with the Air Force to modernize its infrastructure to meet the demands of the modern mission.”