Brockenbrough provided bid documents for a new JP-5 fuel farm with two 500,000 gallon tanks, two 1,200 gpm pumphouses (one on top of each tank), a 1,200 gpm filtration building, and a 600 gpm truck off-loading station.
The project connected these new tanks to a six inch carbon steel fuel transfer pipeline constructed between the main fuel depot at Marathi and NSA Souda Bay. A pressure reducing station and surge breakout tank were included in the design to protect new piping from higher system pressures of the transfer pipeline. The transfer pipeline and storage tank share a common leak detection system in the design.
Demolition was provided for three 50,000 gallon single-walled UST receipt tanks (aka NATO tanks), and one 50,000 gallon concrete filled UST. Demolition also included the existing POL building located above the tanks in accordance with local and EU standards.