Now, they are heading out to their tour bus, ready for the next stop.
This yellow thing is the plant generator (in case of loss of power). This is the back up so gas keeps flowing.
Here we are at the south end of the compressor building. The generator building is in the back, and the roof tops of MCC1, MCC2, and the warehouse on the lower right corner. MCC stands for motor control center.
The curved pipe goes into a gas filter, which cleans the gas before it goes on down the line. This keeps your stove doesn't get gummed up or what ever.
The big round thing is the turbine cooler. The turbine moves and pushes the gas.
Here is the turbine building.
Finishing up a job is lots of work. These boys are laying filter fabric on the ground, and then putting gravel on top of it.
Just another view of the canopies. This looks like a shrine when you see it all lit up in the dark when you are driving up the steep road north of here, better known as Puzos hill.
Efrain Zavala (no hard hat), and Dave Theis. Efrain is the civil general foreman, and Dave is the building superintendent. He is finishing the job for us here at Central. Dave has been in the construction business all his life, and he knows everything there is to know about buildings.
Richard Wega is our safety man here at Central. He is lots of fun, and very serious about safety. Thanks Richard.
This brother-in-law, Tommy Stanaland, getting a trailer ready to move material to the shop.
This is my husband, Bobby, on the phone buying pipe or something for the next job we are going to.