The US Army Corps was chartered with the task to implement a long term corrosion control maintenance program to protect the interior surfaces of 17 potable water storage tanks at the Kilauea Military Camp on the island of Hawaii. These tanks are vital to the operation of this facility. The client was looking for an experienced firm to facilitate installation of these systems on the tanks so that they could continue to operate without concern for interior corrosion related failures.
On November 30, 2000, CorrTech was awarded Contract FY99 OMA Pkg A-44, Cathodic Protection for Various Water Tanks, Kilauea Military Camp, Hawaii. CorrTech was selected for this Project because we presented the most economical approach in fulfilling the contract requirements. Under this Contract, CorrTech installed cathodic protection systems for the interior 17 water storage tank at the Kilauea Military Camp, Hawaii. These systems were designed by others. CorrTech was responsible for installing the 460 3roof hung anodes, rectifiers, AC services, solar powered units and providing final testing and personnel training.
This project required 100% performance and payment bonds. CorrTech coordinated submittal requirements for military review, including the electrical subcontractor. CorrTech prepared several work plans related to quality, safety and environmental protection for this contract. The CQC System Plan provided for the necessary supervision, control phases and tests for all items of work CorrTech and/or its subcontractors and vendors performed. As a result of our efforts, CorrTech received an overall above average rating from the Army Corps of Engineers on form DD 2626.