Tweet/Garot’s scope of work for the project included pipe fitting, process piping for the breadcrumbs area using Morris pipes and clamps systems. Some welding required special craftsmanship, good layout knowledge and scheduling lead to a fast project completion.
We worked with the general contractor to schedule the work in each area due to the fast-paced schedule and the mass amount of different trade work that needed to get done. It was imperative that work was scheduled out to avoid trade stacking. Though the piping system was a very streamlined and simple system to put together, the hangers themselves required a specific design to be a food grade hanger as to not capture/collect any dust or bread crumb particles that could build up over time. Before we mobilized, we fabricated all hangers for the project in our shop. We then batched and labeled the hangers in a specific format so they corresponded to the markings that were made on each drawing. This way, when they arrived at the site, the foreman was able to pull the exact hanger needed for crews for the day, and they only had to make one cut on the rod. This was able to save us a significant amount of time in the field that would have been needed to measure, cut and fabricate these custom hangers.