PORT OF PALM BEACH, FL — On May 24 Dome Technology inflated the airform for construction-materials company Ozinga’s new cement storage dome at the Port of Palm Beach, Florida.
The structure’s custom appearance is the result of a cooperative effort between Ozinga, Dome Technology, the port of Palm Beach, and the City of Riviera Beach and is designed to enhance the visual landscape of the area and complement the marine environment.
“Dome Technology is grateful for the opportunity to be part of the solution for this unique and challenging project,” Dome Technology CEO Bradley Bateman said. “Our team appreciates the chance to work with Ozinga on another project that’s sure to be exceptional.”
The facility will receive and store international shipments of cement that will then be transported to other locations for use in the production of ready-mix concrete. “The success of this innovative project is due to the great relationship that’s been built with the City of Riviera Beach and the Port of Palm Beach,” said Ozinga president Justin Ozinga. “We’re looking forward to having a positive impact on the community here for generations and are grateful for both parties’ involvement and ongoing support.”
Ozinga has supplied ready-mix concrete for commercial, residential, public works, landscaping, and excavation projects from its Florida locations in Davie, Doral, Miami Gardens, and Miami since 2017.
The new facility is expected to be fully operational by the summer of 2023.