The site was originally a landfill. Due to contaminated soils, the entire foundation and interior slab was built on 170 geo piers. There was also a methane gas dispersing system which included a rubber membrane, underground duct work, and a spray sealant over the interior of the building. This system posed the challenge of pouring the concrete floor at a specified temperature and without puncturing the membrane during the mid-winter construction schedule. With the Redmond team’s in-depth expertise, these issues were resolved successfully.