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New restrooms installed Monday at Eva Walker Park

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After years of discussion and planning, workers Monday morning installed permanent restrooms at Eva Walker Park in Warrenton.

Alexandria Pike closed for about two hours as a crane lifted the 47,800-pound, pre-cast concrete structure off a flatbed tractor-trailer and onto a bed of gravel.

Built by Smith-Midland Corp., the structure has pre-installed toilets and sinks.

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Building Products Special Section

Delivering Modular Durable Unit for a Loudoun County Park

MIDLAND, Va. –

Smith-Midland Corp. (SMC) recently manufactured, delivered and erected an EASI-SET precast concrete modular restroom/concession building for Loudoun County at the Byrne’s Ridge Park in Aldie, VA. Loudoun County was searching for a durable, maintenance-free yet cost-effective solution to issues that are often associated with park sites; vandalism and maintenance challenges.

The first of several restrooms ordered was a 24 ft by 30 ft six-toilet restroom with concession area. The building was cast by SMC with split-faced block exterior wall and cedar shake roof finishes. The building was erected at SMC’s yards in three 24 ft by 10 ft modular sections. The modular sections were then outfitted with components including lights, breaker panel, water heater, hand dryers, grab bars, toilets, partitions, sinks, baby-changing stations, mirrors doors and a roll-up concession window. Stain and anti-graffiti control were added at the factory along with an anti-slip epoxy floor paint.

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Building Codes and Budgets Converge

MIDLAND, Va. –

THE CHALLENGE

To design a pump station that not only met tight budgeting and scheduling requirements, but also adhered to strict building appearance codes to conform to the guidelines of the gateway zone they are located in on the major approach road into historic Albemarle County.

THE TECHNICAL SOLUTION

As part of the $10.7 million North Fork Regional Pump Station project, Virginia’s Albemarle County Service Authority (ACSA) demolished the existing Camelot Wastewater Treatment Plant and their Research Park pump station. The construction of two remotely located regional pump stations replaced the out-going stations. The two are located across from each other on the busy Route 29 divided highway and are joined by 1,500 ft of 12-in. force main. Each pump station includes emergency standby generators, instrumentation and SCADA systems.

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