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Landscape Restoration Continues in the Service Area

The photos below show the growth of vegetation in former location of Building 2204. Following demolition, a hydroseed mulch containing a seed mixture of native plants was applied. The hydroseed mix promotes revegetation, aiding in the process of restoring the natural habitat.

Building 2204

This photo shows a wide shot of the Building 204 area in March 2016 soon after a hydroseed mulch was applied.
March 2016
This June 2016 photo shows significant growth of vegetation where hydroseed was applied in the  Building 204 demolition area.
June 2016
This photo shows a closer view of the Building 204 area in March 2016, with little vegetation growth.
March 2016
This photo shows a closer view of the Building 204 area in June 2016 where significant vegetation can be seen in the area where hydroseed mulch was applied.
June 2016

Demolition Progress Continues in the Service Area

The photos below show Building 2204 before demolition activities on May 2, 2015 and after demolition activities and hydroseeding on October 16, 2015. Hyrdoseeding promotes revegetation and minimizes the potential for erosion and dust migration.

Building 2204

Building 2204 prior to demolition
May 2, 2015
Building 2204 after demolition
October 16, 2015

Progress Continues with Demolition of Structures, Roadways, and Concrete Surfaces in the Service Area

The photos below show progress made with demolition work on Buildings 2201, 2202, 2203 and 2211 in the Service Area.

Buildings 2201, 2202, 2211

Buildings 2201, 2202 and 2211 prior to demolition
April 6, 2015
Building 2201, 2202 and 2211 after demolition
July 6, 2015

Building 2203

Building 2203 prior to demolition
May 6, 2015
Building 2203 after demolition
July 6, 2015

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