U.S. Navy – Wellness Center Renovation (203)

Renovate Fitness and Wellness Center Building 499 at this Navy Base. This consisted of renovating approximately 45,000 square feet of existing building to bring it up to new modernized standards. This entailed abating ACM (asbestos containing materials), major demolition package including mechanical, plumbing and electrical demolitions. Portions of the existing building was once used as a kitchen and dining facility in the past, which left existing mechanical hoods and major ductwork and electrical systems to be removed. It also entailed major floor demolition due to the existing quarry tile and thick set mortar beds. Existing walls were concrete masonry units with applied ceramic tile walls with plaster lathed ceilings.

Removal and installation of new ceramic tile floors in the locker rooms, sauna, and steam rooms were required. Three new restroom facilities were installed to bring them up to ADA compliance. A new area was renovated for a family member area with a designated area for a toddler area. The fire alarm as well as the fire sprinkler systems was upgraded to accommodate the new remodeled areas. A new handicapped ramp was installed on the Northeast corner of the building to comply with ADA standards.

Millington, Tennessee
46,000 sq ft
Completion date: May 2013

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Army Corps of Engineers – CID Lab Renovation (189)

Criminal Investigation Division (CID) Lab Expansion at Ft. Gillem, Georgia was an addition to the existing lab. The building consists of spread footings, steel structure, landscaping and brick veneer exterior. Interior is metal studs with painted gyp board, special electrical, plumbing and HVAC for a DNA laboratory. Laboratory casework, refrigerators and freezers filled each laboratory room. There is a small suite of administrative offices at front of the project.

Department of the Army
Ft. Gillem, Georgia
Completion date: February 2008

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U.S. Army – Airfield Operations Upgrade (143)

The airfield operations up-grade consisted of 41,000 square feet comprising three buildings: a guardhouse, a fire and rescue facility, and a base control building, which housed weather forecasting, approach control and other complicated radar and surveillance systems as well as administrative offices. This project included work to be done over an entire military airport, which covered approximately three hundred acres. We successfully installed the approach and surveillance cabling and connections and an enormous amount of communications, and airfield lighting systems. Also included were large precast walls and runway lighting.

Department of the Army
Fort Polk, Louisiana
17,800 sq ft
Completion date: September 20, 1993

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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
10,560 sq ft
Completion date: October 20, 1986

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