In September 2021, Notch was awarded the mechanical package to remove existing piping and equipment at Eastman Chemical in Springfield, MA and install new piping and mechanical systems to expand the existing Saflex line. The hours were long, the days were numerous, mostly six-day work weeks with some Sundays with little to no notice. The team worked hand in hand with the customer representatives to fill any needs they had, whether they were labor, equipment, or materials. Notch developed a project specific management structure and communications process and broke down the project with multiple crew leaders and teams. Because there were so many different systems woven throughout the project, subforemen and their team were responsible for specific piping systems such as hot oil, air, and chilled water. It was important to the customer to have the same crew members for the entire project. This created a very challenging additional level of manpower coordination to keep finite details of the project from getting overlooked. The Notch team was able to overcome the demanding schedule and other obstacles while completing the project on time and within budget.