United States Postal Service Flat Sequencing System Building Expansion

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project at a glance

The USPS-Flat Sequencing System (FSS) Building Expansion project is a 103,000 square foot expansion of a United States Postal Service mail sorting and distribution facility. The expansion is a one-story, pre-engineered metal building with ten loading docks, nine gas-fired rooftop units, three air compressors, an added computer room and restrooms, fiber and copper backbones for communications, and indoor and outdoor security cameras.  The slab-on-grade, on which the U.S. Postal Service was to place three additional automated mail sorting lines, was the most critical aspect of the project as the new mail sorting equipment required an extremely flat and level slab.

 

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