Transfer Station Household Hazardous Waste Facility

City of Cheyenne

The project is located at 220 N College Dr. This project is to develop site improvements to facilitate a Household Hazardous Waste Facility and incorporate provisions in the site development to accommodate the future expansion of the Transfer Station Facility. The proposed site is to accommodate a 60 x 40 building with a pass through travel way, an area for dumpster roll-offs, and provisions public vehicles to unload household wastes into the dumpsters from above.  In addition, the site will incorporate a fueling island for Transfer Station equipment. The existing Transfer Station is multi-level and the proposed expansion continues that concept. The pictures show progress on constructing the retaining walls for a roll-off-containers and public unloading facilities at the Household Hazardous Waste Facility, May 21, 2014. Cost:  $2.2 M, Completion Date: Fall 2014


AVI personnel working on this project have provided excellent service and good responsiveness. Very much team players and valuable as resources.

Marcia Murdock, AML Project Manager

AVI completed a very good report, detailing multiple surfacing options and developed cost estimates for each option — good job!

Kevin Stogsdill, PE-WYDOT Interstate 80 RECON

I was very impressed by the timely efforts including straightening out the problem R/W survey that had stalled the project for years.

Dan Lyons, PE-WYDOT Veteran Road

AVI is one of our best consultants. They have proven they can handle multiple projects at one time. WYDOT would be hard pressed to give AVI a project they could not handle.

Cliff Spoonemore, PE-WYDOT Snowy Range Road

I was impressed with your knowledge of the reporting requirements and processes, as well as how well you prepared for the pre-bid meeting and pre-construction meeting.

– Mark Donner P.E., Natural Resources Team Leader/Project Manager, Trihydro Corporation