Retreat at Harrisonburg, VA

Published by Hank Gottschalk

Poised as brand new offsite student housing for James Madison University, The Retreat at Harrisonburg required the addition of a Water Boosting Station in order to maintain sufficient water pressure to each of the new housing units because of the various inclines and elevations throughout the development. While the team at Landmark Properties wrapped up the onsite construction, CP&P’s Clear Flow team in Harrisonburg fabricated the 12 foot by 14 foot precast building with the associated accessories and hardware, including a faux Red Brick Finish.

The Clear Flow team assembled the four precast walls on top of a poured in place concrete slab, leaving off the roof. This allowed the Aurora Duplex Booster Pumps to be lowered and installed through the open top. Once the pumps were installed, the precast roof was placed, final piping and wiring installed, and start up commenced to ensure pumps and controls were in proper working order.