Magellan Midstream’s Albany facility was upgraded to increase the storage capacity of gasoline, increase the throughput of the existing truck rack, and to provide blending capabilities to the terminal. A new 100,000 barrel tank was added to increase the storage capacity of the terminal. Three new pumps were added to the existing system to increase the flow to the existing loading rack. To meet the increased demands of the new system, two new loading arms with blending capabilities were added to the existing loading rack. Two new sections were also added to the existing MCC to accommodate the three new pumps. Two new offloading areas were added for butane offloading.
- Project Management
- Civil/Structural Engineering
- E&I Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Hydraulic Modeling & Optimization
- Construction Support Services
Notable Accomplishments & Challenges
- Spacing calculations from NFPA 30 were conducted to ensure the space requirements between new and existing storage tanks along with the property lines were met.