REFINED FUEL SERVICES
CGRS provides a variety of design-build services for the refined-fuel industry including installation of bulk-fuel facilities at airports, truck stops, convenience stores and gas stations as well as compressed natural gas (CNG) stations. If you’re an entrepreneur starting from the ground up or seeking to expand your current locations, you’ve come to the right place.
We design-build fuel systems for:
When you hire CGRS, you get experts who understand the specialized and increasingly regulated process of fuel system design and construction. Whether you’re building a new fuel system from scratch, upgrading one that has seen better days or just replacing a spill bucket, no job is too small or too big for the experts at CGRS.
We customize our fuel system services to meet your needs and accommodate your project-management preference. We can serve as your construction manager, your general contractor or both. And with an experienced and multi-disciplined staff, CGRS can also fulfill your design/engineering needs, executing a design that fits your budget and helps you realize your goals.
Our services seek to lighten your project load by obtaining the necessary permits, communicating with applicable regulatory agencies, and managing architectural and engineering prints. And we’ll keep you informed every step of the way.
CGRS’s fuel-system capabilities include:
- Complete design-build capability
- New construction
- Fuel system replacement
- Fuel system re-piping
- Upgrade of existing tank top equipment (spill buckets, STPs, containment manways and vapor recovery manways)
- Installation of secondary containment systems
- UST/AST installations
Refined Fuel Services: 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
- Installed an 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 back-filling 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
Correcting a mistake is always the right thing to do and is, in fact, part of CGRS policy no matter the cost. Sometimes having that kind of integrity will help not only retain a customer but also earn additional work. That’s exactly what happened in 2014 when CGRS hit a flex line while drilling a monitoring well near the then-Eastgate Travel Plaza, resulting in the loss of half of the travel center’s diesel fuel islands until repairs were made. Per its policy, CGRS not only repaired the line but also reimbursed the center’s owners for loss of business.
The owners were so impressed with CGRS’s integrity and quality of work in doing the repairs, they hired us to design and build the fueling portion of a new travel plaza. The process began in April 2015 and the diesel fueling system was up and running 13 months later. CGRS wrapped up the removal of the old fueling system and tanks that fall. The existing business and fueling system remained open and operational the entire time CGRS and contractor Andreen Hunt Construction, Inc., built the new center, now called Hat Six Travel Plaza, and removed the old fueling facilities.
The nearly $3 million job included installing:
- Two 40,000-gallon, 75-foot-long underground storage tanks (USTs) for diesel fuel
- One 8,000-gallon UST for diesel exhaust fluid
- Two 30,000-gallon, double-wall, fiberglass USTs, one of which holds unleaded and the other is split to hold 12,000 gallons of premium unleaded fuel and 18,000 gallons of diesel
- One 2,000-gallon propane AST and fueling system
- One 15,000-gallon UST for Halliburton’s fueling operations
- Two auto-fueling canopies with seven point-of-sale fueling islands
- CNG infrastructure with masonry equipment enclosure and underground stainless steel piping to future dispensers
- One truck-fueling canopy with eight diesel dispensers including DEF
Once the new center was completed, the owners sold the 13 old fueling dispensers and had CGRS and Andreen Hunt excavate and remove:
- Three 20,000-gallon, two 12,000-gallon and one 5,000-gallon UST
- The old fueling system for nine truck and four auto dispensers including piping and electrical work
The Hat Six Travel Plaza was the biggest project the CGRS Construction team had taken on at the time.
Hill Petroleum – Greeley, CO
CGRS provided design-build services to upgrade a bulk and retail fuel facility, including:
- 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, including clear diesel, red diesel and gasoline products
- 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:
- 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 and operator shelter
- Environmental services for the closure of the old fuel farm
- Site SPCC Plan