For this project, Glover Construction was charged with creating a 26.5-acre lined cell for the purpose of ash storage. Prior to shaping the cell to design grade, 80,000 cubic yards of ash was hauled and placed to create the subgrade for the cell. An additional 300,000 cubic yards of select soil was hauled from an off-site borrow source to complete the designed shape of the cell footprint. In addition, the project required clearing, establishment of erosion control devices, installed leachate collection system, and final stabilization of on- and off-site disturbed areas. All the above operations ran concurrently with daily plant operations without interruption.