It wasn’t just Tanyard Springs that Jason and his crew were grading. Coincidentally, they were working at Tanyard Cove, Tanyard Creekside and Joyce Lane, depending on the day. His crew of Dan Kline, Josh Buzzell, Kyle Davis, Oscar Morales, Julio Jimenez and Pedro Rojas were able to accomplish great things, despite the rotation between sites. One day they were able to import 185 loads of fill from Tanyard Cove to Tanyard Springs. On two other days they moved 135 and 118 loads.
Rod also had some impressive days, once installing 757 feet of 8” and 4” sewer as well as a manhole. On another he installed 1,045 LF of 8” ductile iron water pipe along with two fire hydrants, two 6” valves and five fittings. Impressive! Rod also had a day of 790 LF of 8” and 12” water, a fire hydrant, two valves and six fittings. The next day they installed 820 LF of 12” water line along with five valves, two fire hydrants and four fittings. Other notable days for Rod and his crew included a day with 580 LF of 8” and 4” sewer and a day with 600 LF of sewer and a manhole. They followed the next day with 616 LF of sewer, but their most remarkable day was spend laying 740 LF of sewer pipe and a manhole.
Rod’s crew was, as always led by Miguel Coreas on the excavator, Jim Hindle and Elmer Garcia on the track and wheel loader. Laying pipe was Joel Rivera who was competently assisted by Ely Rivera, Wil Garcia and Keith Duvall.