The task of transforming a 20 acre sheep pasture into an exclusive million dollar residential development is the type of challenging project Doug McCoy Construction of Twin Falls, Idaho, USA, loves. However, when the design called for an aquaculture system of membrane-lined lakes and stream beds capable of growing trophy trout, the company knew it would need a quality subcontractor to supply and install the liner. After researching a number of lining companies, LCSI was chosen for the project.
Lange Containment Systems Inc. began the project by creating a panel layout that minimized field seaming and waste materials. Next, the 30 mil PVC product was made into large panels in LCSI’s fabrication factory using state-of-the-art radio frequency (dielectric) welding equipment.
Once the product was delivered to the site, LCSI personnel quickly followed on a coordinated schedule with the contractor. This allowed the installation crew to arrive on site and begin installation as soon as the substrate was prepared. The installation crew’s high productivity maximized the on-site time, allowing for an efficient and worry-free installation.
After the liner was installed, the crew from Doug McCoy Construction placed the required cover materials on the liner. After filling the lakes and landscaping the shores, Dip Creek Ranch residential development was ready for home construction on a beautified property.« back to projects