We all wish every day cold be sunny & 70 degrees but living in the Midwest, we know that’s not possible. In February 2021 during the construction of this QuikTrip Convenience store & fueling center, our temps dropped well below zero for multiple days & we received approximately 7 inches of snow. It was so important to the overall success of the project that we lay insulation blankets on the pumps & fuel lines that had already been installed by our subcontractor to insure that they were protected. It’s things like this that separate a general contractor who builds multiple projects like this a year to “know” what safety measures must be employed for the good of the project, from someone with “lesser knowledge”. The photo on the right is a short two weeks AFTER the snow & ice had gone away & the blankets were removed. All of the pumps & fuel lines were in fine shape & we were able to get right back on to “business as per the construction schedule” and get gravel installed on the site in preparation for another concreter pour.