Construction management project involved design and construction of an anhydrous alcohol production facility with a production capacity of 40,000,000 US gallons annually produced from grain corn. The plant consisted of two coal, gas, and fuel oil-fired power generation boiler houses, evaporators, distillation columns, scarifiers, fermentors, tank farms, truck loading facilities, wastewater treatment, river water intake, and an administration office building. Pipe racks and pipe bridges carried miles of process and utility piping, conduit, and tubing. Instrumentation installation allowed operation of the plant from two central control rooms. The foundation system included over 2,000 step taper piles.