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Site Development Archives • Mirage Industrial Group

Site Development Portfolio


Owner: EF90
Project: New 60 Acre tank farm
Engineer: Engineering and Terminal Services
General Contractor: Mirage Industrial Group
Project Type: $ 5,800,000.00
Total Man-hours: 79,000
Status: Complete

Project Description

Mirage was called in to assist with the Expansion of a new tank farm located on the Corpus Christi.

Work Performed
  • Built to grade 60 Acre site
  • Installed all underground drainage
  • Installed underground firewater
  • Displaced and located 13,500 loads of general fill
  • Installed 45 catch basins to create adequate drainage

Effectively completed the project with 0 recordable injuries.


Coordinating with existing land owner to remove pipe and pipe racks in phases.


Owner: Formosa Plastics
Project: Fractionation – II Plant Site Development and Heavy Haul Road
Contracting Agency Address & Phone:
Formosa Plastics
201 Formosa drive
Point Comfort, TX
(361) 987-7000
Amount: $1,623,000.00

Project Description

Mirage was contracted by formosa plastics to develop new fration ii plant grass roots project

Work Performed
  • Hauled in, spread and compacted 24,000 tons of limestone base
  • Hauled in spread and compacted 15,000 cubic yards of general fill
  • Lime stabilized 400,000 sq.ft. Pad
  • Installed 2,400 linear feet of 6’ chainlink fence
  • 700 linear feet of drainage pipe
  • 18,000 sq. yd. of heavy haul road
Key Accomplishment

Completed in 60 calendar days so owner could start new expansion on schedule


Scheduling and coordinating 1,700 loads of material to come into a chemical plant with limited access.