R.J. Reynolds Power Plant Dismantling Tobaccoville

Tobaccoville, North Carolina

D.H. Griffin was awarded the contract to match-mark and dismantle this coal fired power house, including coal handling equipment, four hanging boilers, four bag houses, two (2) - 40 MW turbine generators and all structural steel from this power generating facility once used by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco to power their cigarette making operations in nearby Winston-Salem, North Carolina. In addition to dismantling, DHG provided roof removal, demolition of approximately 60,000 SF of administrative buildings, coal buildings, cooling towers and (2) 250; stacks, as well as associated equipment pads, footings and foundation removal. Plant dismantled for Duke Energy International and shipped to Guatemala for future use.

PROJECT SUMMARY:

  • Match-mark and dismantlement of entire facility for shipment overseas for Duke Energy International.
  • Associated demolition of administrative buildings and (2) - 250’ stacks

OWNER / CLIENT:
AICSA-DYMEL for Duke Energy International

PROJECT COMPLETED:
June 2008—April 2009

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