U.S. Customs House – Fire Safety Improvements (125)

The United States Customs House/Fire Safety Improvements in New Orleans, Louisiana required the installation of fire sprinklers to their entire building. In addition, stairways were renovated and one complete new stairway was added. Since this building is a historic building located in the New Orleans French Quarter on Canal Street, extreme measures and precautions were used in the installation of the fire sprinklers. The Historical Society required that the installation could not effect or make any changes that would be detrimental to the historical appearance of the building.

General Service Administration
New Orleans, Louisiana
$1,847,024.75
110,000 sq ft
Completion date: September 8, 1989

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Charles R. Jones Federal Building – Space Alterations (124)

Space Alterations at the Charles R. Jones Federal Building in Charlotte, North Carolina consisted of a complete new courtroom and court facilities being built. The Judge’s Suite and courtroom was constructed with white oak trim and paneling. Carmon Construction, Inc. re-finished the entire main floor of the Federal Building. During the construction of this project, the trial of Revrend Jim Baker took place in an existing courtroom at the time we were building this new courtroom. Considerable coordination was required with the courts where no noise would be made to interrupt this very high profile court trial.

General Service Administration
Charlotte, North Carolina
$635,273.00
3,960 sq ft
Completion date: July 28, 1989

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U.S. District Court – Courthouse Renovations (122)

The District Court Chambers Renovation at the U.S. Post Office/Courthouse/Custom House in Louisville, Kentucky consisted of Carmon Construction, Inc. building two new judge’s suites. Building material used for the trim and paneling was American Black Walnut. Carmon Construction, Inc. also added a considerable amount of HVAC equipment.

General Service Administration
Louisville, Kentucky
$371,064.00
3,100 sq ft
Completion date: November 23, 1988

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Federal Building/Courthouse – Fire Safety Improvements (117)

Fire Safety Improvements at the Federal Building/Courthouse in Monroe, Louisiana consisted of new sprinklers in the entire courthouse, a new exterior stairway on the rear of the building and modernization to stairways throughout the building. A new fire alarm system was also installed.

General Service Administration
Monroe, Louisiana
$270,500.00
2,300 sq ft
Completion date: June 16, 1988

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U.S. Army Foreign Science & Technology Center – Remodeling & Expansion (116)

Remodeling and Expansion of Existing Facilities of the U. S. Army Foreign Science and Technology Center in Charlottesville, Virginia consisted of painting, new floors, ceilings and security modernization. This project required very close coordination with the Army staff. This area was a high security area. Before workers were allowed to enter work areas in the building a lot of high security, sensitive materials had to be covered. All workers were escorted at all times.

General Service Administration
Charlottesville, Virginia
$241,568.47
2,700 sq ft
Completion date: December 22, 1987

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Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs – VA Medical Center Renovations (113)

This project began with demolition and asbestos removal of all finishes on the second floor. Complete new partition floors and ceiling were built to provide complete patient rooms. Nurses area with Medication room were also built. New Electrical, Fire sprinklers, nurse call, plumbing, and HVAC were also installed.

VA Medical Center
Lexington, Kentucky
$1,174,955.00
10,560 sq ft
Completion date: October 20, 1986

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U.S. Courthouse/Post Office/Custom House – Renovations (112)

Renovations and Modifications at the U. S. Post Office/Courthouse/Custom House in Key West, Florida consisted of the demolition of an existing post office facility and other office spaces on the first floor of the U. S. Post Office/Courthouse/Custom House. This demolition made way for the addition of a complete court facility and U.S. Marshal’s service. Carmon Construction, Inc. also installed two new jail cells along with the addition of closed circuit TV facility to monitor prisoners. CCI installed a new elevator for the transport of prisoners to and from court. A complete Judge’s suite and courtroom was constructed of white oak paneling and trim.

General Service Administration
Key West, Florida
$926,160.00
5,600 sq ft
Completion date: December 31, 1986

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District Courthouse – Renovation (107)

Judges suite and District Courtroom in Jackson, Mississippi consisted of a vacated post office area that Carmon Construction, Inc. demoed back to a bare structure. Then a new Judge’s suite with district courtroom was built. CCI built the judge’s suite and district courtroom from white oak trim and paneling. The courtroom also had part of three walls that were finished with natural cork for both beauty and sound. The Judge’s secretary’s office was decorated with natural grass wallcovering.

General Service Administration
Jackson, Mississippi
$627,141.00
5,900 sq ft
Completion date: 1985

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Judge Isaac C. Parker Federal Building and Courthouse – Courtroom Renovation (105)

The ISA for courts at the Judge Isaac C. Parker Federal Building and Courthouse at Ft. Smith, Arkansas began with the demolition of one-half of the second floor, which would become a new courtroom, judge’s chambers, library, clerk’s office and secretary offices. The court suite was finished in American Black Walnut with sequenced matched paneling

General Service Administration
Fort Smith, Arkansas
$256,710.00
2,700 sq ft
Completion date: 1984

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J.W. Solomon Federal Building & Courthouse (102)

The courtroom renovation at the Federal Courthouse in Chattanooga, Tennessee was Carmon Construction’s first of many court projects. This project consisted of the demolition of all finishes from an existing post office area and building a complete courtroom with judge’s chambers including offices for secretaries, law clerks and a complete law library. The courtroom and all of the judge’s chambers were done with walnut trim and paneling. The project included all electrical, HVAC, plumbing and sound systems required for a modern court facility.

General Service Administration
Chattanooga, Tennessee
$465,863.00
4,700 sq. ft.
Completion date: 1984

Complete project listing available upon request.