ABC AQC Recertification
STEP Diamond: ABC National
ABC AQC Recertification
STEP Diamond: ABC National
The work includes renovations to the existing softball field and adjacent areas of the Billy Mills Sports Complex and incidental related work. Primary work shall consist of earthwork, sub-grade and drainage preparation for the installation of synthetic turf outfield, skinned infield, home place and baseline markings, galvanized chain link backstop and perimeter field fencing, metal foul ball poles, covered dugouts, concrete pads for future bleachers and accessible parking stall with d.g. path of travel to the bleachers. Existing bleachers and fencing at the site shall be removed.
2014 – 2019
The P-281 Engine Test Stand Facility was a new construction project. This project consisted of constructing two reinforced concrete test pads for testing turbo prop engines and a 4,000 SF single-story ground support equipment building, and the demolishing the deteriorated existing test stand facility for the aviation division of the US Navy at Naval Air Station Point Mugu in Oxnard, California. The ground support equipment building created new admin offices, a maintenance workshop, restroom and shower facilities, lockers, and a break area. The construction consisted of split face and precision CMU, metal panel roofing, Sola-tubes and glass block for natural lighting, double-paned windows, motorized roll-up doors, and hollow metal doors and frames. Site improvements at this location, in addition to the two concrete test pads, included two fuel skid areas with concrete curbs, paved access roads for fuel trucks, parking spots and pavement markings, perimeter fencing with gates, site lighting, planting and landscaping, a trash enclosure, and a new extension and relocation of the existing jet blast deflector shield. New supporting site utilities were also installed including a transformer and switch gear, overhead electrical lines and poles, water distribution, and a new sanitary sewer line including a new manhole, and an oil-water separator.
This project consisted of the design and construction of a new Security/Operations facility with enclosed building area not to exceed 2,640 m² (28,417 ft²) and a Military Working Dog Facility with enclosed building area not to exceed 347 m² (3,735 ft²), on a site of approximately 2.9 acres. This was a ground up project and included all work from grading and foundations, MEP, all finishes and more.
The 1970’s constructed Bachelor Enlisted Quarters 781&782 is a 4-story building, with approximately 22,264 square feet. Each building holds sixteen (16) standard Type ‘A’ and sixteen (16) standard Type ‘B’ units with sixty-four (64) total bachelor quarters. This project includes, but is not necessarily limited to the repair of all unit interiors of two housing blocks, as well as the central support building comprising the complex. The project scope is to renovate the interior of the BEQ’s and install new finishes throughout the buildings.
This is a design-build project to provide Fire Fighting Training for the Air Force Plant 24 at Palmdale, CA. The project was awarded to include the design and construct an underground re-circulation drafting tank, holding a minimum of 15,000 gallons of usable water and have a depth between 13 to 15 feet at Air Force Plant 42, Palmdale, CA. This project also includes the design and construction of a Penetration Aircraft Skin Trainer (PAST) for the Fire Department training within the foot print of Air Force Plant 42 at Palmdale, CA. The facility includes site work, site drainage, electrical and gas to support the mission statement of this project.
This is a design/build project to renovate and provide repairs for PH1478, which is a 22,260 SF 3- story motel style Unaccompanied Housing (UH) unit constructed in 1995. The RFP anticipates that the facility will accommodate 90 sleeping units with two occupants per room when the project is complete. The upgrade includes the electrical, mechanical, fire protection, architectural layout conforming to a 2+0 sleeping unit design, removal of HAZMAT materials as well as a seismic upgrade to the structural system. The goal is to provide upgrades and a current code compliant facility. A total of six ABA accessible units are called-for in the RFP.
This project is for the installation of heat-resistant, sun-reflective film on the existing single pane clear glass windows and exterior glazing at doors on 81 buildings in 11, 13, 15, 16, 21, 33, 43, 53, and 62 areas of Camp Pendleton. These buildings are used for area command headquarters and various offices. The addition of window film provides privacy control, improves the comfort and significantly lowers cooling bills with Energy Saving.
This is a Design/Build project that will provide for the re-roofing of the main building and an adjacent power plant building (approximately 88,500 SF), replacement of building expansion joints on the roof, installation of fall protection railing at two 25’ sections of roof edge, replacement of all sealant at exterior wall expansion joints and at windows and doors, replacement of ten sections of glass blocks with fiberglass translucent panel insulating system (FTPIS), and replacement of eight pyramid-shaped acrylic skylights with eight similar units constructed of FTPIS. The repairs provided will correct existing weather proofing deficiencies resulting from the harsh desert climate, and extend the serviceability of the exterior envelope for the next 30 years.
This project shall replace water using equipment in 248 facilities. These wasteful water users include toilets, urinals, faucets, shower heads, ice machines, pre-rinse sprayers, garbage disposals, pulpers, and dish washers. Majority of these fixtures and equipment have reached the end of their useful life. The scope includes energy upgraded components to improve water and energy usage in these facilities.