BRAC Upgrade F-16 Engine CIRF, 183rd Fighter Wing, Abraham Lincoln Capitol Airport, Springfield, Illinois – $3,448,000
Prime Contractor – 2011
Owner: USPFO Illinois – Air National Guard
Upgraded an existing F-16 maintenance hangar facility and converted it into a Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility (CIRF). First floor upgrades included approximately 26,000 sf of upgraded hangar/work space and approximately 13,700 sf of upgraded latrines, break room, tool storage, and sheet metal work. Second floor upgrades included about 5,100 sf of upgraded training/computer lab, latrines, breakroom and office space. Incidental upgrades included additional heat and improved lighting within the engine work area, adding full, wet-pipe fire suppression to the entire facility and miscellaneous repairs.
Upgrades to HVAC System, Phases 1 & 2, Paul J. Findley Federal Building, Springfield, Illinois – $1,948,000
Prime Contractor – 2009
Owner: General Services Administration
The scope of the project included the replacement of the mechanical system to include replacing the heating and cooling systems, temperature control/energy management systems, piping systems and miscellaneous electrical, fire alarm, and architectural work in support of HVAC replacement. Abatement of asbestos containing materials (ACM) to include removal and disposal of all ACM encountered in the replacement of the AHU’s ductwork, ceiling work, and piping in accordance with all local, state and federal ACM regulations.
Seismic Corrections; Update Surgical/Lab/SPD ACV Systems; Update Critical ACV Systems, VA Medical Center, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Prime Contractor – 2004
Owner: U.S. Navy
Project was a combination of 4 DVA projects: seismic corrections to all mechanical and electrical systems in contract areas, asbestos abatement of friable asbestos fireproofing followed by re-fireproofing, upgrade of critical HVAC systems and structural reinforcement of existing building structural steel. The project was broken down into 22 separate phases; contract areas included Dietetics, Laboratory, Surgery/Recovery, Prosthetics, Histopathology, Morgue, Animal O/R, SPD (sterile storage), graphic control, and laundry. Work included but was not limited to temporary isolation/containment partitions, asbestos contain material abatement, demolition of existing ceilings, light fixtures, ACV ductwork, piping and equipment, new seismic resistance provisions on existing building structural, mechanical, and electrical systems, a new wet pipe sprinkler system, a new ACV system (to include pumps, AHUs, chiller and cooling tower and all related piping), new light fixtures, and new interior finishes.
Renovations to Naval Hospital, USNS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico – $14,499,000
Prime Contractor – 2002
Owner: U.S. Navy, Atlantic Division
This multi-phased project was awarded to upgrade and renovate the Naval Hospital at US Naval Station Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, for the Naval Healthcare Support Office. The work in this project included demolition, renovation and new construction of the mechanical/electrical infrastructure, medical gas system, sprinkler system; correction of life safety and electrical code deficiencies; replacement of the lightning protection, fire alarm, central paging and clock systems; and the abatement of asbestos, lead-based paints, mercury and PCB materials. The work was spread throughout twelve construction phases and involved over twenty-three owner moves allowing the hospital to be fully functional throughout the renovation and new construction processes.
Repair BEQ 1791,USNS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico – $1,087,000
Prime Contractor – 2000
Owner: U.S. Navy, Atlantic Division
The contract was for the renovation of a two-story concrete building, which housed enlisted personnel from USNS Roosevelt Roads Naval Hospital. The project included the demolition and new installation of store front entrance, aluminum window frames and glazing; interior framing and gypsum board, acoustical ceilings, carpeted areas, ceramic tile; toilet partitions, plumbing systems, relocation of two AHU’s and refrigerated piping, and entire electrical power and lighting system; and removal and abatement of wood doors and frames that contained lead-based paint and VCT/mastic that contained ACM.