Development Overview South Weber Pit
Randy Anderson & Dak Maxfield of Staker | Parson Companies
SOUTH WEBER PIT
Presented by Randy Anderson & Dak Maxfield
Marketing of Commercial Sites
We currently have an interested entity looking at the Northwest corner of the intersection.
May require a reconfiguration of the two commercial parcels currently located on the North side of the road.
Their requirements are 1.5 acres directly on the corner with access off of both the frontage road and main road.
Currently mining in Phase II while continued mining of floor sand occurs in Phase I.
We anticipate moving into Phase III within 1 year while continuing to mine floor sand in Phase I.
Floor sand extraction is moving at a much slower pace than anticipated. (with only 4 acres of Phase I currently mined out while anticipating having 20 acres mined out at this stage).
Current depth of the pit to the lowest point of the pit floor is 160’ (Mine plan allows for a depth of 180’).
Treatment of roadways with Magnesium Sulfide has been completed.
Use of a substance known as Gorilla Snot has been used to treat the stockpile slopes.
Water truck is circulating daily to moisten roadways and other areas which may be prone to drying out.
Water canons are being used in the active mining areas.
Continued voluntary air quality monitoring continues to occur.
Dust Control – Cont’d
Heavy fines have been placed on exposed slopes.
New barricades / wind fences have been installed and strategically placed to disrupt the direction of wind flow as well as knock down sand particles.
General Upkeep & Maintenance – Landscaped Berm
20 larger caliper trees along with a more adequate watering system have been installed on the berm.
Voluntary Cash Contribution
To date Staker & Parson Companies has contributed an amount totaling $274,626.79 to the City which was to benefit South Weber City’s recreational programs and facilities