24 The big job of building new I Military construction projects .jellifies and maintaining old • completed in the 1971 fiscal ones at Defense Depot Ogdenjyear had an approximate value falls upon the capable shoulders of $534,000 and included the 400 of the Facilities Engineering Division and the Operations and Maintenance Branch. Both have undergone reorganization and name changes recently. The engineering division, headed by Lt. Cmdr. John A. LaFond, U.S. Navy, before the oiuiage areas, ranruaa repair, a change was knp^yn as the civil j variety of interior and exterior engineering division. painting of buildings and offices, reroofing open sheds, projects for fiscal 1972 in the military construction program totaling around $2 million. Submission of maintenance and minor construction projects Ogden Standard-Examiner, Wednesday, September 15, 1971 New-N North access road, the truck control facility, and fire lanes. Operations and maintenance projects completed in the same period and proximately , such items as repairing and sealing roads and resurfacing areas, railroad repair, a valued $166,000 at ap- included Operations and maintenance branch emerged from a combing of the buildings and grounds branch and the utilities branch. It is under the supervision of Willard Wayment. The engineering office had a larger during than the usual workload past year, with replacing unit heaters, replacing the outfall storm sewer, etc. VIGOROUS PROGRAM The fire department conducted a vigorous fire prevention program during the year. "Fire Prevention Week' 1 was observed Oct. 4-10 last year and included fire drills, demonstrations, exhibits and an open house at the fire department. [special recognition for is entry in the national contest sponsored by the National Fire Protection Assn. Other special events were a spring cleanup week and the Christmas safety program. On the personnel side, William E. Thackeray was honored at the fourth annual DSA Awards Day ceremony held at Cameron Station, Alexandria, Virginia, last June. Mr. Thackeray devised a quicker and less costly method of testing steam traps through the development of a telescopic pyrometer which resulted in a $12,177 annual saving. John T. Burden, chief, plans and production control office, received a meritorious civilian service award and the following personnel were nominated for ZD supervisory awards: Preston Obray, John Boss, Jack UUUJ Olsen, Loreh Edwards, and Phillip Maxwell. BEST TO AIL II WSH B OUR FRIENDS AT DEFENSE DEPOT OGDEN CUMMINS IKTERMOUNTAiN DIESEL SALES 1030 Cole, S.L.C., Ul. . uwouvi uv, iivrii jytuj«JV-io IL'CHLi totaledapproxirnately $800,000. The department received A HOLIDAY BEACON Defense Depot Ogdeh's 250,000 gallon water tower annually becomes a 180 foot Christmas Tree which 3 ' 1e s ,? e t\ for miles av ° lI1Kl with its over 500 lighted red, green, and yellow'light bulbs. QUALITY PLATING CO, Congratulations Defense Depot All Types of Etcelro-Plaling Anodizing—Pciinlintf Phospholing-Alodming Hafd Cfiromo Surfacing •CHROMIUM 'SILVER •NICKEI »GOLD •COPPER •BRASS •CADMIUM 'BRONZE Industrial & Deto/alive Finishes P/oeesiing to Government Speci. fito Horn »' W 4 S 355.7424 DEFENSE DEPOT OGDEN See us for all of your'electrical needs. CALRON ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 65 W. 2265 So., SAIT LAKE CITY, UTAH G Defense Depot-Otfden on your A & K Railroad Materials, Ine 9 ytibi For retaining walls, garden slops, $1 7S »« raised ilower beds, turbing, car JiJWHJ stops lento posts/ (ofruti md IootJ . $ * ftn Delivery ln9 chutes - fi'WW Available Yards eit Clenrfield and Provo, Utah _ i Freoport Center 5 'Clcnr(ield, Urali JTT1H- irtfT Congratulations Defense Depot Ogden,,, now celebrating your 30th Anniversary from . . , LUMBER COMPANY 2459 QUINCY AYE. - 394 • For all of your building needs 6673 see us Congratulations DEFENSJ DEPOT ...on Your 30th Anniversary We are proud to have played a part In your important contribution to this nation's defense through management, and wish to compliment you on your economical and cultural addition to our intermountain community. 1635 S, 2nd West, Sail Lake Cify, Utah ., toe, S. 2nd West, Salt Lake City, Utah fountain Slates Mber Go M Ine, 1 635 S, 2nd West, Salt lake Cily,Ultth "Service fo /nfemiounfain Industry tor Wore Jhan 50 Years" VWTS nnrtn ULHJUJ.
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