Greenberry built a 16’ x 38’ stainless steel complex test vessel in conjunction with Bechtel Corporation’s Nuclear, Security, and Environmental global business operating unit for the Hanford VIT Plant in Richland, Washington.
Greenberry provided construction management and execution for all tank demolition, civil and concrete work, fabrication of structural steel and pipe spools, and installation of all piping, pumps, and instruments for a new distribution facility in Portland, Oregon.
Greenberry performed civil and concrete placement, expansion of the rail car unloading area, fabrication and installation of piping, and surface prep and painting services for the Seattle/Harbor Island Terminal facility at the Port of Seattle.
Greenberry provided bulk materials procurement, structural steel and pipe spool fabrication, field assembly, and marine installation of the modules onto the Arctic Challenger barge moored at the Port of Bellingham Shipping Terminal in Washington.
Greenberry performed concrete, piping, electrical, instrumentation, testing, and commissioning services as well as fabrication and installation of all structural steel, food grade piping, and utility piping for a new Yamasa Soy Sauce facility in Salem, Oregon.
Greenberry coordinated and performed a variety of manufacturing infrastructure upgrades for Xerox in Wilsonville, Oregon, including an auger and pneumatic conveyor system, orbital tubing, wiring and controls instrumentation, supports, and piping.
Greenberry managed and performed the installation of process equipment—along with subcontractor management, facilitation of short evening and weekend outages, and extensive hot oil system work—for a Xerox plant in Wilsonville, Oregon.
Greenberry renovated a Xerox facility in Wilsonville, Oregon. This project included the fabrication of piping systems, supports, and small bore utility systems as well as the installation of storage and process tanks, hot oil units, pumps, filtration systems, and pneumatic conveyors.
Greenberry supported W.R. Grace Co. in Albany, Oregon in the development of a new product line, including project management; concrete work; subcontractor management; and fabrication and installation of tanks, a utility bridge, piping, and support.