The project involved site work which included running new water, sewer, electric and gas utilities to the building and grading of the site to prepare the area for the construction of the new building.
Mosser installed concrete foundations and grade beams for the pre-engineered metal building. Mosser also constructed the 7′-4″ high CMU walls around the exterior of the building. One bay of the building is a 25′ x 85′ office area with 11′-0″ high CMU walls which support bar joist, metal deck and a concrete floor above the office to create a mezzanine area for storage. The next three bays of the building are open for the truck maintenance shop area. The last bay is a wash bay and is enclosed with a metal liner panel. 8″ concrete floors with steel fiber reinforcing were installed in the shop and wash bay areas. Since this is a truck maintenance facility that will repair diesel and compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles there is a special gas detection system that was needed in this facility that will set off the fire alarm, open the overhead doors and turn the main exhaust fan on high to remove the gas from the building.