Aristeo demolished a one foot thick, 16-foot-tall concrete wall between two switchgear rooms in a confined space near live switchgear equipment. We also demolished new wall openings for cable feeds throughout the space.
Additionally, Aristeo fabricated and installed more than 80 structural steel beams under the floor to support the incoming new equipment. These beams were fabricated and installed in three separate pieces due to the limited space, and Aristeo coordinated closely with the U-M electrician team to protect existing high voltage cables. Other steel work included ladders, grating, new manholes and more.