Oakbrooke Professional Center
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P-992 Fast Company Training Facility – Yorktown Naval Weapons Station, Yorktown, VA The P-992 Project includes the renovation of Building 1808 and the new construction of an Applied Instruction Facility to meet the requirements of the three MSCR FAST Companies and incidental related work. Building 1808 will be renovated and reconfigured to address 1st, 2nd and 3rd FAST Company’s operational space requirements. All building systems including electrical, mechanical, plumbing, fire protection and communications will be upgraded to meet operational requirements. The fire protection system will include fire alarms, fire booster pump and mass notification system. The building will retain the radar and interruptible power supply equipment for the antenna. Also, included in the renovation will be interior work to include demolition, abatement, installation of new walls, ceilings, floor coverings, door frames, doors, HVAC and DDC systems and updated restroom facilities. Exteriorly, the renovations will include demolition, abatement of exterior wall systems (EFIS), installation of new EFIS wall systems, landscaping, new windows, new entrance, concrete and pavement walkways, and an installation of special storm drainage systems. The building will be partially occupied during the performance of work. P-992 FAST Company Training Facility will also construct a single-story Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team (FAST) Training Facility. The FAST Training Facility will be constructed using cavity wall construction of brick veneer exterior, steel structure on pile supported concrete foundation and structural slab and standing seam metal Roofing. Reconfigurable wall systems will be used in the Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer (ISMT) trainer spaces. The new construction of the building will work around the existing radar antenna tower. The construction of the new facility will include a new infrastructure, new utilities, sanitation, storm sewer, high voltage, energy efficient windows, brick and concrete walkways, interior lighting, specialty flooring systems and supporting new parking lot that includes lighting, curbing, and special storm drainage systems. Click HERE for more pictures.
Executive Flight Squadron
JBAB Repair Levee Seawall
Building 2 Elevator HVAC room Repair
This project provides modifications to 9 air conditioning systems in 7 elevator tower equipment rooms, and it provides exhaust and heating for each of the elevator tower equipment rooms. The work related to this project involves demolition of existing HVAC packaged units, installation of new HVAC split system air handling and condensing units, replacement of existing HVAC split system air handling and condensing units, installation of new exhaust fans, installation of new electric unit heaters, HVAC related electrical demolition and new work, demolition of existing air distribution ductwork, installation of new air distribution ductwork, structural modifications to the concrete structure, installation of HVAC unit conveying equipment and supports, and incidental related work.
Design Bid Build W-143 DLA 1st Floor Conslidation
Naval Station Norfolk- This project consists of renovation of existing office areas associated with shipping and receiving operations on the first floor of building W143. Renovation includes the passageway connecting the north and south sections of the facility and the entry way into the DDNV- DLA area. Click HERE for more pictures.
Design-Build RM11-10062 Pier CAD-A Structural and Fire Protection Repairs – Naval Weapons Station, Yorktown, VA
This project will provide for structural and fire protection repairs to Pier CAD-A is located at Cheatham Annex onboard Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, Virginia. The pier structure consists of timber braced square timber piles, reinforced concrete pile caps and a reinforced concrete deck with railroad beams. Repairs associated with this project include repairing concrete that has become delaminated, spalled and cracked resulting in corrosion to rebar steel, repairs to pile cap and piles and repairs to the fendering system. The project will also consist of installing prestress concrete batter piles through the concrete deck, installing new fender piles and foam filled fenders. Demolition of the existing fender system and of the concrete deck in way of the batter piles is also included as a portion of this project.
Replace 69KV Two Substation Transformers, NSA South Potomac NSF Indian
This project consisted of the removal and demolition of two existing (780-TRA and 780-TRB) 8.4/10.5 MVA and 69,000V(Delta)-13, 200Y/7620 transformers from 69kv Switchyard Building 780, existing neutral ground resistors (NGR), terminal town Building 779 and existing pads of the NGR. OCS utilized and replaced the two 69kv transformers in Switchyard and installed new Neutral Ground Resistors and Control wiring.
Replace Foam Filled Fenders at Piers 1, 2, 5, 7, 8 & 11 – Naval Station Norfolk
This project includes the removal and disposal (demolition) of existing foam filled fenders. The existing foam filled fenders will be salvaged and stored and additional foam filled fenders will be provided and installed. Mounting hardware for the foam filled fenders that currently exists will be removed and disposed of, and new hardware will be provided. Also in the project will be incidental related work for various locations on the piers.
Repair and Improve Telephone Exchange Building 1999 – Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA
This contract is to repair and upgrade MCB – Quantico’s main telephone exchange while it remains staffed and in operation. The building is receiving a new wet pipe fire suppression, an upgraded alarm system and the three server rooms were provided with clean agent (FM200) dry system. The HVAC system installed is designed for the increased heat load of data center with redundant systems to ensure adequate cooling. The existing roof is being replaced with a three-ply modified bitumen hot roof. The electrical distribution system is being upgraded to include new panels, generator and lightening protection. All doors and windows are being replaced with blast resistant units for superior force protection. Additional cosmetic repairs are being made to update the end user’s work environment. Major, unforeseen earthquake damage was found on the building’s exterior resulting in additional masonry repairs with no lost time to the schedule.
Replace Perimeter Fence - Fort Story
This project consists of the complete replacement of the existing base perimeter fence at Joint Expeditionary Base Fort Story located in Virginia Beach, VA. The work includes the removal of the chain link fence and gates and installation of new fence and gates, wood pile driving and all incidental related work. Click HERE for more pictures.
NAS Oceana Owls Creek Pier
SJAFB Repair Deployment Readiness Center
Replace Overhead Electrical Feeders – NSA Hampton Roads, Norfolk, Virginia
This project consists of the replacement, then demo of the existing 35KV & 15KV overhead electrical power lines with new underground service. These existing overhead lines run approximately one mile along the roadside in the Camp Allen section of Norfolk. This work requires road closers and traffic redirection for the installation of new under the roadway electrical manholes and connecting duct-banks, for the installation of the new underground 35KV & 15KV cables. This project also requires milling the existing and repaving the roadway, installing new electrical transformer and expanding the fenced-in area of the existing electrical substation.
Replace Waste Water Treatment Plant Headworks.
Dahlgren E3 Assesment & Support Facility.
Replace Twin 12” Water Main at Marine Corps Base Quantico
Repair HVAC & Power at Ryan Center, Facility 10
Replace Copper & Fiber Lines, Quantico.
Langley Repair HVAC & Electrical, Facility 25
Repair Fenders Systems Pier 18 & 19, Fort Story
NSN SWOS OOD Temporary Trailers
Repair Water Intrusion BLDG 567
Lakeview Medical Center Radiology Suite
Tidewater Family Medical Center
Building 2 Emergency Center
The work includes interior renovations to the Emergency Department at Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, VA and incidental related work.
Naldara House Historic Renovation
City of Virginia Beach – Building 1338
Building 1338, City of Virginia Beach was the replacement of an existing canopy structure with an enclosed vehicle storage area and open bay vehicle storage area at the Public Utilities Operation Facility for the City of Virginia Beach. The phases of work in this project included abatement and demolition which consisted of earthwork, excavation, trenching and backfilling, as well as engineering control of asbestos containing material, lead, cadmium and chromium in construction and handling of PCB ballasts and mercury lamps. Other phases of work included concrete, masonry, steel, fire suppression, HVAC and electrical work.
Naval Air Station Oceana - Design-Build Expand Pharmacy Building
The expansion of the pharmacy required the complete demolition of the existing adjacent toilet rooms to extend the overall square footage of space. The service windows, interior cabinetry, shelving, and lighting were all relocated and re-configured to provide a better work flow and functioning space for the pharmacy employees. The heat pump was replaced with a larger unit to provide adequate cooling based on the equipment being provided by the activity. America’s Navy Newsletter featured an article about the expansion of the pharmacy in March 2016. Click Here to read. Click HERE for more pictures.
Wallops Island – Demolition of Blades Circle Housing
Blades Circle Housing were wood framed housing units originally built in 1986-1987 and remodeled in 2001. The project called for complete demolition of the housing units, concrete slabs, wood fences, street lights, signage, phone lines, a picnic shelter, basketball court, chain link fences, sheds and landscaping. After demolition was complete, the entire area was backfilled, graded and seeded. Click HERE for more pictures.
Thomasville Home Furnishings