GameChange Pour-in-Place™ Wins 6 MW Landfill Orders in MA

Install Time and Value were Key Factors

New York – August 4th, 2014 – GameChange Racking today announced the Pour-in-Place™ system won landfill orders totaling over 6 MW in Massachusetts. Quality, fast install time and value were the primary factors in the selection of GameChange's system.


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GameChange Pour-in-Place™ is the industry's leader for ballasted ground systems in Massachusetts for both for landfills and for rocky sites where screws and pile installations are often too expensive.

GC Pour-in-Place™ Ground System features:

*Self-leveling technology: 68% faster install than precast
*Large ballast footprint reduces landfill cap loading
*Panels rapidly mount using T-bolts in teethed, self-grounding ETL/UL 467 listed top mount clamps
*Integrated wire management tray on robust aluminum rails
*$0.025/w typical install cost for ballast and racks
*Starts at $.129/w for panel racks, $.189/w for complete system including supports and ballast
*Passed rigorous ETL/UL 2703 electrical and mechanical testing
*Wind tunnel tested by industry leader CPP

Andrew Worden, CEO at GameChange Racking, was quoted:

"The GameChange Racking patent pending protected Pour-in-Place™ Ballasted Ground System has clearly become the industry's favorite choice for landfills, brownfields and sites with rocky soil where penetrating pile driven or screw systems are not a cost effective option. This system sells at thirty percent below the competition and has substantially faster installation time due to its self-leveling technology. We have invested heavily in test, certification, engineering and material quality to offer the best ballasted ground product in the industry."

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