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In May 2011, a deadly 1-mile-wide EF-5 tornado tore a path of destruction through the heart of Joplin with speeds over 200 mph. While Joplin High School remained standing, enough damage was done the school was scheduled to be demolished and rebuilt. For Joplin High School, the earthwork and utility packages were held by ESS who began to mobilize immediately, supporting the city of Joplin on its road to recovery.
ESS handled site demolition and clearing of 30 acres, excavated and set to grade over 200,000 cubic yards of material, stockpiled 17,171 cubic yards of topsoil, and handled 11 mine shaft closures. In addition to storm, sanitary, and water utilities, ESS completed 792 linear feet of trench drains, 10,373 square feet of articulating block, and 841 linear feet of box culverts.
Last Updated onUltima actualización en July 24, 2023