Chapita Compressor Station – Trains 3 & 4
Uintah County, Utah
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation designed and constructed Train 3 and 4 of the Chapita Compressor station, in Uintah County, Utah, in 2010 and 2011. These two trains were part of a 51 Acre development. UELS provided Surveying and Civil Engineering design and construction services. The new train required drainage channels, concrete drainage dips, and retention ponds to manage the storm water across the plant site. An MSE wall was used in the Pond #1 area to allow for the required retention volume and not cut off access to the Train 1 area. The storm water system included valving and outlet structures, since the retention ponds also included the site’s secondary containment. UELS prepared construction documents for the site grading and provided construction staking services during the construction of the site development for Train 3 and 4.