Replace two wastewater lift stations in Loops A & F of Ohanapecosh Campground at Mount Rainier National Park.
The project consists of furnishing all labor, materials and other incidentals for the construction of a new 16,454 S.F. Fire Station and Administration Offices to be the central facility for SWFEMS.
Work to be performed includes asphalt cutting, subgrade preparation, asphalt installation, and striping.
This project is in support of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Seattle Field Office personnel move to the Peace Arch and Pacific Highway Land Port of Entry (LPOE). The work consists of carpet, paint, cove, data electrical, minor demo and minor plumbing.
Repair 75 concrete panels approximately 12.5′ by 15′.
Work includes demolition of existing walls and floor, installations of new walk-in fridge/freezer. Electrical work. Installation of new range and associated hood. Installation of new counters, dishwasher and related equipment and related plumbing work. Installation of new flooring.
To repair and renovate aging lunch room and kitchenette facilities to create a positive work environment. This project will utilize a highly collaborative design build delivery. The main objectives are; improve energy and water efficiency, reduce spread of germs, meet ABA accessibility codes and improve the ability to operate and maintain the facilities.
Rehabilitation of the chilled water system in B976.
This project will provide safety and security upgrades to the Booster Pump Station area, Facility 892. Components of the project include retrofitting the existing 7 foot high security fence by installing diagonal truss rods or tubular horizontal bracing, and repairing the three-strand barbed wire outriggers on top, where required. Project will also install “Restricted Area” signage on security fencing. In addition, a plumbed, emergency eyewash/shower will be installed near Building 892 and an air eliminator tank will be properly grounded.
Provide design services associated with the Phase I Lab Renovation Project within the FDA building. The design phase includes renovation work in Room 134/135, 139, 127, Microscope Room and Sensory Lab.
Airfield paving repairs for FY17, NAS Whidbey Island.
Four subcontracting projects for Hoffman Construction on their Oak Harbor Clean Water Facility Project: Doors, Frames and Hardware; Metal Framing, Drywall and Acoustical Ceilings; Concrete Work; Toilet Compartments and Metal Lockers.
Renovations to the hospital at NAS Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, WA.