Parmer Lane Interceptor Tunnel LED Jobsite
SJ Louis is tunneling contractor that works all over the United States. Built on the core principles of integrity, quality, safety, and a win/win philosophy, SJ Louis looked to exceed specs and adopt LED Jobsite lighting to their tunneling work. The SJ Louis project team turned this tunneling project into an LED Jobsite, where the temporary construction lights were state-of-the-art purpose built LED lights. Compared to traditional bulb-based lighting, to date this project has:
The objective of this project is to provide additional capacity to carry wastewater flow by gravity from the Upper Lake Creek and Rattan Creek Basins, west of Parmer Lane, to the Walnut Creek Sewer system downstream. The project includes the construction of 12,000 linear feet of 42-inch gravity interceptor and the demolition of components of the Lake Creek and Rattan Creek Sewer Lift Stations. It is a critical part of infrastructure for the city of Austin.
In a continuing effort by SJ Louis to incorporate sustainable practices into all aspects of the building, SJ Louis adopted the LED Jobsite during the construction phase. The LED Jobsite replaces all traditional bulb-based temporary construction lighting with state-of-the-art purpose built LED lights. From the crane lights to the sidewalk hoarding lighting, the LED Jobsite will save energy, reduce CO2 emissions, and reduce waste.