Cambridge Companies, waste facility design-build experts based in Griffith, IN, has been awarded the design-build project for Cape Girardeau, Missouri’s Transfer Station facility that handles the city’s solid waste before it is transported to the landfill. Cambridge Companies’ extensive experience building waste facilities over the past 20 years makes them an optimal choice for this project. The Cape Girardeau project is currently in the design phase and scheduled to begin construction in August 2015. Cambridge will be subcontracting the work to local trades and suppliers in Cape Girardeau County during the construction phase of the Transfer Station project.
Cambridge Companies is thrilled to have been chosen for this opportunity. Jeff Eriks, Chief Business Development Officer for Cambridge said, “The Cape Girardeau Transfer Station build is a unique opportunity for Cambridge. We are excited to be working with the employees of the City of Cape Girardeau to build a quality, long-lasting structure that will meet their needs for years to come.” Cambridge’s Design Project Manager for the Cape Girardeau project, Evan Williams, adds that the site will also have accommodations to support a small hauling facility.
The process of building the Cape Girardeau Transfer Station will be smooth with Cambridge as the single point of responsibility by simplifying coordination and issue resolution throughout the design and construction phases. The Southeast Missourian ran an article on the Cape Girardeau Transfer Station in January 2015 with additional information on the municipality’s project. This article can be found here: http://www.semissourian.com/story/2155559.html.
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