Nashville I Expansion Project was executed by Magellan Midstream Partners to expand their existing facility to meet the increased demand of the local market. A new 6-arm truck loading bay was added to the existing truck loading rack to increase the terminal throughput by 60%. Ten centrifugal pumps, a 60k BBL API 650 tank, butane blending capabilities, and a VRU were added to the facility to accommodate the increased flow of the upgraded loading rack. Two electric services were upgraded to accommodate the new equipment loads, and new remote I/O cabinets and instrumentation was installed to support the facility expansion. A truck staging lane was added to handle the additional traffic caused by the increase in rack throughput while also accommodating one new ethanol and two butane offloading spots. The FEED for this $32MM project began in 2015 with the last phase of construction to be completed by the end of 2020.
- Project Management
- Tank Containment Dike Design
- Hydraulic Debottlenecking & Optimization
- Civil/Structural Engineering
- E&I Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Butane Blending
- Vapor Recovery System
- Hydrology and Permitting
Notable Accomplishments & Challenges
- The addition of the 3rd bay and optimization increased the facility output by 120%.