Contract: $3,576,098 - Public Buildings Service - Sep. 3, 2009
63% voted satisfied - 38% voted not satisfied - 8 vote(s) cast
Award Description: Modernization of the existing George C. Young Courthouse/Federal Building (approximately 140,000 square feet).
Project Description: We are approximately 75% of the way through the Pre-Design Phase of the project. The DLR team has performed the Systems Upgrade Analysis, Fire Protection/ Life Safety Analysis, Accessibility Study, Window Study and Existing Building Analysis. The Conveyance System Study is scheduled to take place within the next week. Per an Add Service request from GSA we have retained the services of an environmental consultant (MACTEC) to survey the building and put together an Environmental Hazards Report. MACTEC has completed their field study, sample collecting and lab work, we should have their final report in 10 to 12 calendar days. Also, MACTEC is preparing a proposal to complete the Thermal Imaging Study for the exterior of the building (including the roof). Per a request from GSA the DLR Group team has prepared a series of 'Early Bid Packages which include the following: an Early Interiors Demolition Package, an Early Exterior Demolition Package and an Early Elevator Replacement Package. The Early Interiors Demolition Package is 95% complete, we will issue the information to the CM once we have the final Environmental Hazards Report (should be on the 'streets November 1st). The Early Exterior Demolition Package is approximately 25% and is scheduled to be issued in January 2010. The Early Elevator Package should be issued to the CM within 6 weeks of receiving the Conveyance Systems Study.
Jobs Summary: In addition to the professional (Architect/Engineering) staff who will be working on the renovation, this project will create jobs for trades (electricians, plumbing, carpenters, HVAC, environmental consultants/hygienists, landscapers, and roofers, among others). The expected duration of the overall job requirements is two years (finishing mid-2011). (Total jobs reported: 2)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
This award's data was last updated on Sep. 3, 2009. Help expand these official descriptions using the wiki below.