INFO-BYTES RELATED TO LEGACY PROJECTS
November 3, 2020
Contract Awarded by A&M Research Facility
Legacy is pleased to announce that the Construction division of the company has been awarded a unique development project by Texas A&M for their AgriLife Research & Extension Services Center in Uvalde, Texas.
The building project includes the development of a Deer Pen facility to support the wildlife management research services at the campus and is to be located on their large agriculture and wildlife research facility in Uvalde.
The project is scheduled to start the second week in November and is scheduled to be completed by early December 2020.
October 6, 2020
Martin County Frac Water Infrastructure Project set to begin in Mid-October
Legacy Energy Service announced today it has been awarded a project related to the provision, installation and maintenance of a new pit-to-pit transfer infrastructure development.
A significant player in the Permian Basin E&P market is looking to leverage some it’s Martin County water assets and ensure frac support water availability at strategic locations.
This new resources will provide easy access to water movement between multiple frac pit locations as needed.
The project is scheduled to start in mid-October and complete prior to November 1, 2020.
February 20, 2021
Legacy Completes Dam Construction Project for the UGRA
Legacy Energy Service announced today the completion of a build project awarded by the Upper Guadalupe River Authority for an earthen dam and retention basin in Kerr County Texas about 30 miles Northwest of Kerrville near Mountain Home, Texas.
The dam construction project consists of a 14-foot high, 182 foot long, concrete capped earthen berm with armor protection rock riprap and is intended to be used for the control of water and sediment on a tributary of Johnson Creek in Kerr County, Texas.
The project began in mid-October 2020 and was wrapped up at the end of January 2021.
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