"Every bit of it was challenging.
The communications routines -- from mill operators to loader operators, and more -- had to be settled.
All our milling procedures had to tested, the correct tension on the wire ropes established.
We worked it out on the fly.
John Doe was a huge help to us in being successful.
We spent more days in preparation than actual time on the job."
"Grinding was the easiest part of the project," Jane said.
"The whole project was engineered and 'stamped' before we could even set foot on the spillway.
We made sure we had the right product out there, and made sure our guys were the safest they could be.
The most difficult part was making sure every hour, all day, that our guys would go home at the end of that day, safe and sound."