Liquid Innovation: Building a Better Fluid System

THE COMPANY Vermeer Corporation manufactures industrial and agricultural equipment used the world over—from skid loaders to hay balers. Headquartered in central Iowa, Vermeer is no stranger to extreme weather events, including a tornado that tore through their central campus in 2018, causing significant damage to several buildings. THE CHALLENGE Devastating as it was, the tornado […]

The Rock Island Arsenal

THE CLIENT Straddled in between Iowa and Illinois on a 943-acre island off the Mississippi River, you’ll find the impressive Rock Island Arsenal—the largest government-owned and operated weapons manufacturing arsenal in the country. An active US Army facility, the Rock Island Arsenal is also home to the First Army headquarters as well as the US […]

The Seneca Diesel Fueling Station

THE COMPANY Renewable Energy Group (REG) is the largest biodiesel producer in the US, operating 13 biorefineries across the country. A world leader in biofuel advocacy, this innovative Fortune 1000 company has worked to create a more sustainable future for fuel since 1996. THE CHALLENGE The REG Seneca Biorefinery in Northern Illinois produces 60 million […]

Minot Air Force

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The Project Our Government Division was mobilized on Sunday, July 23rd to Minot Air Force Base in Minot, ND, where we provided emergency replacement services to permanently repair a non-functional emergency fuel shut off (e-stop) electrical circuit for their Hydrant Refueling System during a scheduled flight line shut down. The circuit included approximately 30,000 linear […]

Eastern Iowa Airport – Aviation Fueling Systems

The Eastern Iowa Airport contracted with Acterra Group to update their general aviation aircraft fueling system. The new self-service system, to be completed in August 2017, will allow pilots to fuel their aircraft without involvement of the airport’s fixed base operator. Aviation Fueling Systems Acterra’s experience constructing and servicing aviation fueling systems allowed us to […]