S.C. nuke plant project used 700 y3 of concrete for 50-hour placement

08/15/2013 | Herald-Independent (Cottage Grove, Wis.), The

An on-site batch plant is a key component of work underway at the Jenkinsville Nuclear Reactor 2 in South Carolina, a project of South Carolina Electric & Gas. This article discusses the ongoing project, including the use of precast panels for its cooling towers, and how it took more than 50 hours to complete "a continuous, no-joint pour" that required 700 cubic yards of concrete.

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