254 Design/Build Repair and Alterations to Hangars 101 & 103, MCAS Yuma, AZ
This is a design/build project to provide repairs and alterations to the existing Hangar 101 building located on O’Neil Street. The Hangar is a two-story CMU and steel framed structure with steel roof trusses. It has a metal panel roof and overhang. Hangar 101 is a 32,186 S.F. two-story aircraft maintenance hangar. The South Wing was built in 1965 and is 23,486 S.F. in size.
This is a design/build project to provide repairs and alterations to the existing Hangar 103 building located on O’Neil Street. The Hangar is a two-story CMU and steel framed structure with steel roof trusses. It has a metal panel roof and overhang. Hangar 103 is a 32,205 S.F. two-story aircraft maintenance hangar. The North Wing was built in 1965 and is 23,505 S.F. in size.
Both Hangar 101 & 103 have first floors of the wings that function as a maintenance control (maintenance shops) and Hangar space. The Second floors are administrative space. The South Wings are two-story additions built in 1988 and is 8,700 S.F in area. The 2nd floors are primarily maintenance support shops and administrative space.
252 Design/Build Renovate PM50 at P607 Triton 2 Maintenance Facility, NAS Pt. Mugu, CA
This projects scope of work includes complete renovation of building PM50 at Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu. This project is an interior and exterior renovation of the southwest portion of the west wing of the building PM50 which houses maintenance and training functions in support of the Triton mission and the below drone aircraft (see attached picture). The rest of the west wing was previously renovated in the P-900 project. The project includes site improvements, entire demolition of all mechanical, electrical, plumbing and interior finishes. I.E.-Pacific will upgrade all interior and exterior work to match the west wing of PM50.
253 Design/Bid/Build Repairs to Admin Facility Bldg 02334, NAWS China Lake, CA
This projects scope of work includes the complete renovation of building 02334 at Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake. This building is a 16,000 square foot masonry facility utilized as an administrative facility with open office space. The project includes a complete interior demolition including full abatement, site improvements, entire demolition/replacement of all mechanical, electrical, plumbing and interior finishes. I.E.-Pacific will upgrade all interior and exterior work to upgrade the building to current base wide standards.
251 Design/Build Modernize BEQ 01394 & 01396, China Lake, CA
This project will modernize the 38+ years old BEQ to Market-style apartments meeting the necessary requirements and will extend the useful life of BEQ Building 01394 to bring the facilities into compliance with facilities criteria for market style enlisted quarters. The construction shall have room patterns and floor areas similar to comparable private sector housing, including bedrooms, baths, living room, laundry and kitchen. The building will be occupied by able-bodied military personnel and a determination has been made that accessible units are not required in the building.
249 Design/Build Repair Bldgs. B775 & QD773 at NASNI, Coronado, CA
The existing Barracks B-775 and the Quarterdeck B-773 buildings are located within the same complex with shared site amenities, circulation, parking along with a central mechanical room within B-773. The site is bound by S. ‘R’ Ave. to the northwest, a parking lot to the southwest, McCain Blvd. to the northeast, and S. ‘N’ Ave. to the southeast.
The goal of the project is to modernize and remodel the Barracks Building B-775 and Quarterdeck Building B-773. The current program includes 2+0 living units and support space on floors 2 through 4 of B-775, Administration offices and support spaces are on the first floor of B-775 and B-773 is where administrative personnel provides services to the housing complex users. The renovation of these facilities will bring each space up to code compliance, provide much needed finish upgrades, provide modifications to existing layouts to optimize program requirements and to provide structural enhancements to ensure the safety of the users.
248 Design/Build P593 Triton Maintenance Facility at NBVC, Point Mugu, CA
The goal of the project is to provide facility readiness for Program Mission of MQ-4C TRITON on the West Coast of the United States by Summer of 2015. The current program includes maintenance and training functions to be located at the Naval Air Station (NAS) Point Mugu. The project will provide a centralized maintenance hub and infrastructure needed to support the program. The project renovates half of hangar 34; builds a launch and recovery facility; renovates a space for a composite shop; builds a battery locker, builds a warehouse; expands a power check pad; and expands a wash rack.
241 Design/Build Renovate BEQs 781 & 782, NASNI Coronado, CA
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.
250 Design/Build Renovate Indoor Pool Area, China Lake, CA
This is a design/build project to provide upgrades to an existing indoor pool facility. Commencement of the work at the Indoor Pool in Building #00022 will be dependent on the calendar; per Base requirements, one of the two pools on Base must be open year round. The Indoor Pool cannot be closed for construction operations until the weather conditions allow the exterior pool to be opened.
247 Design/Build P957 H60 Trainer, Naval Base Coronado, CA
This was a design/build project to provide a new addition to expand an existing helicopter training facility at Naval Base Coronado. The project consisted of designing a prefabricated structure abutting an existing masonry facility, providing an addition 24,000+ square feet of facility to house additional helicopter trainers in the expanded bays.
246 Design/Build Renovate Bldg. 302, Naval Base Point Loma, CA
This is a design/build project providing renovations to Building 302 at Naval Base Point Loma, San Diego. Building 302 is a seven story, permanent housing facility constructed in 1974. Each floor level contains three living units. Each living unit has a shared lounge and 4 sleeping rooms accessed from the lounge. There are a total of 84 sleeping rooms. Five sleeping rooms and adjoining restrooms will be made ABA compliant.
Each living unit is accessed by a walkway along an inner courtyard. Floor levels are vertically connected by two elevators located at Stair #3. Stair #2 has roof access ladder and hatch located at seventh floor landing.
In addition to the renovations to Building 302, upgrades to a second floor Mechanical / Electrical Room located in Building 300 have been identified. Building 300 is located northwest of Building 302, and contains laundry, lounge and office areas on the first floor, and Mechanical, Electrical, Telephone and Security services on the second floor.
245 Design/Build Repair Auto Org Shop 1816, 29 Palms, CA
2014 – 2016
Building 1816 is a tilt-up concrete building constructed in 1981 as an organizational maintenance facility for various Marine Corps tactical units stationed at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC). The facility supports the mission of MCAGCC by providing tactical vehicle maintenance to units training at the Center.
Building 1816 has not had a significant renovation or improvement project since constructed in 1981. The lack of improvements has led to deterioration of interior finishes, lighting, power, toilet facilities, and maintenance work areas. The roof and windows leak. The conditions have affected the quality of work of organization personnel. The personnel have been forced to overcome the lack of adequate and safe power. The renovations to Building 1816 will correct the deficiencies noted. The renovation work includes: repairing the roof; replacing the roof over the West wing of the building including replacement of flex conduit on roof, remove, cap and seal unused roof penetrations. Exterior man doors and roll-up doors will be replaced. Interior doors will be replaced with fire rated doors as required by code. Interiors will be painted. Floor finishes will be replaced. Interior doors will be refinished or replaced. Windows will be replaced and safety glazing provided in new windows.
244 Design/Bid/Build Construct Billy Mills Sports Complex Baseball Field at NALF San Clemente Island, CA
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.
243 Design/Build P281 Construct Engine Test Stand Facility at NBVC, NAS Pt Mugu, Ventura, CA
2014 – 2016
This project consists two reinforced concrete pads with mooring eyes and blase deflector shields to support the testing of two turbo prop engines (curently used on the E-2C and C-2a aircraft). This project will also construct a new 4,000 SF CMU Ground Support Equipment (GSE) shop with standing seam metal roof, rollup door and pile foundation. The GSE shop shall include equipment storage area, maintenance area, administrative area, and restrooms.
242 Design/Build P378 Security Ops Complex & MWD Facility, MCAS Yuma, CA
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.
240 Design/Build Fire Fighting Training Facility & Facility Drafting Tank, Palmdale, CA
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.
239 Design/Build Renovate Unaccompanied Housing Bldg PH1478, Port Hueneme, CA
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.
238 Design/Build PE12312R Install Window Film, MCB Camp Pendleton, CA
This project is for the installation of heat-resistive, 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.