Project Aventine is the largest North American transloading facility, sprawling 388 acres. Construction components of the project included the three poured-in-place concrete rail pits, with each pit housing conveyors and bucket elevators capable of offloading 2,700 tons of sand per hour in aggregate. A total of eighteen silos with a total storage capacity of 66,000 tons. Thirteen truck scales with associated foundations, approaches, testing and calibration to meet NMDOT Standards. Two 2,200-square-foot pre-engineered metal scale houses for site logistics managers. One 30,000-square-foot pre-engineered metal vehicle maintenance building which included 2,000 square feet of office space and parts storage. One prefabricated permitting office for outgoing load certifications. Four steel h-pile and precast concrete rail underpasses designed for tractor trailer clearances. Over five miles of heavy load rated roadway and twenty miles of new rail line.