CCC, in partnership with Tooles provided Design-Build services for the rehabilitation of the incinerators in Complex I and II at the Detroit Incinerator Complex. The work included modifications to the incinerators to reduce the yellow plume emission, rehabilitation of the incinerator refractory, replacement of the opacity meters, installation of new refractory, brickwork and internal components and miscellaneous modifications. Additional work included field investigation, professional design services, engineering, management services, permitting, coordination, procurement of materials and equipment, equipment installation, construction, quality control, startup, testing, documentation preparation and construction close-out.
Main components of the work included:
Miscellaneous improvements included replacement of all the insulation on the breech sections of the incinerators in Complex II from the incinerator to the bottom duct outlet. Moisture had damaged the existing insulation. The existing damper actuators for the ambient air inlet damper and the scrubber exhaust damper, both located on the third floor of Complex I were replaced. Re-connection of power and control wiring was also performed for proper control and operation.