NAS Oceana Owls Creek Pier
Oakbrooke Professional Center
Lakeview Medical Center Radiology Suite
Tidewater Family Medical Center
Thomasville Home Furnishings
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.
Pier 4 Fender Rapairs
Fender Repairs at Naval Station Norfolk
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.