R&K was chosen to perform the site work & underground piping for the new addition to the Perryville public wastewater treatment plant. The new addition will service the community of Perryville for the next 50 plus years. R&K was subcontracted by Robinson Construction to complete the project. The scope of work included Preliminary Site Grading, Drill & Blast of approximately 40,000 yards of limestone, Site Grading & Mass Excavation, Onsite crushing of limestone, Structural Subgrade Preparation, Structural Backfill, Final Grading, Storm Sewer, Over 5000 ft. Ductile Iron Sewer Piping (4” to 36”), Ductile Iron Drainage Piping, Site Water and Under Slab Concrete Encasement.
This project was necessary to support R&K’s sister company, FPI, as it prepared an island in the Lake of the Ozarks for condominium construction. R&K prepared the site for construction by breaking rock and excavating for the building pads, crushing the rock to make backfill for on-site construction, and then constructing a 23’ high Redi-Rock wall around a tight radius on the island. R&K continues to support the project as each building nears completion. Utility work included installation of water and sewer lines and grading to handle stormwater runoff.