Refined Fuel Services:
Gas station owners are bound by the EPA’s Financial Responsibility Regulation, which hold owners liable for cleanup of leaks and spills from their underground storage tanks and fuel-distribution systems.
Refined Fuel Project Spotlights
Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport: (Broomfield, CO)
CGRS completed a design-build fuel system project for a private aircraft hangar. Project inclusions:
- CGRS Engineering Department generated fuel system design and specifications for project
- Set a new 20,000-gallon Jet-A aboveground storage tank on a new concrete tank slab
- Install approximately 1,400 lineal feet of double-wall fiberglass underground pipeline (6” over 4” supply line and a 4” over 3” return line). CGRS self-performed this entire work scope, including excavating and backfilling pipe trench during winter conditions.
- Set and piped to a remote fueling cabinet located at the new aircraft hangar
- Installed a new tank monitoring system, which also monitors transition sumps, and provided client with training on use of system, as well as remote access to system data
- CGRS Environmental Department provided client with a new Spill Prevention and Control Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan for the site
Hat Six Travel Center: (Evansville, WY)
CGRS provided design, engineering, permitting and installation services for the new auto, propane, CNG and truck (diesel) fueling systems. The project included installation of underground storage tanks, dispensing equipment and canopies related to liquid fueling.
Hill Petroleum: (Greeley, CO)
CGRS provided design-build services to upgrade a bulk and retail fuel facility.
- CGRS generated the design and engineering package for an upgraded fuel system at the site, applied for and procured all state and local permits
- Used the client’s existing bulk fuel aboveground storage tanks to supply fuel for six (6) new retail dispensers, which includes clear diesel, red diesel & gasoline products
- CGRS self-performed installation of all underground, double-wall fiberglass pipe (3” over 2”) and aboveground steel pipe from new centrifugal pumps at the AST area
- Extended two fuel islands and added one additional island to accommodate increase in dispensers
- Installed new leak detection system to monitor transition sumps and dispenser sumps
- Installed upgraded point of sale system for retail fueling
- Resurfaced approximately 4,000 square feet of concrete drive slab
Garfield County Airport: (Rifle, CO)
CGRS provided design, specifications, construction oversight, and environmental services for an aviation fuel system. Services and system design included the following:
- Four 30,000-gallon Jet-A tanks
- Three loading/off-loading positions with an option for a fourth
- Site lighting design
- Fuel farm control room & operator shelter
- Environmental services for the closure of the old fuel farm
- Site SPCC Plan