Contract: $7,266,343 - Department of the Navy - Jun. 18, 2009
25% voted satisfied - 75% voted not satisfied - 4 vote(s) cast
Award Description: The work includes provisions for the repair and renovation of existing solid grouted masonry constructed 60,000 sf 4-story Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (BEQ) Building 52609, located at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California. This facility will house 317 Marines upon it's completion. Work shall include removal, renovation and/or replacement of existing non-structural interior walls, existing doors, frames and hardware, casework, cabinetry & wardrobs, floor finishes, wall finishes, ceiling systems, bathrooms, showers and all bathroom accessories. All proper prepartory and repair measures to existing substrates shall be employed prior to installation of any new components. Exterior renovation to include power washing of all exterior masonry and concrete surfaces, upper exterior walkways shall be coated with a non-skid fluid applied deck coating extending a minimum of 6' up adjoining walls, seling of exterior masonry surfaces, new lighting fixtures, etc. A new standing seam metal roof will be provided along with new rain sheet metal flashings, gutters and downspouts. The existing plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems shall be removed and replaced with new energy efficient equipment in accordance with LEED Gold rating guidellines. A new complete wet-pipe fire sprinkler system will replace the Interior furnishings will be provided along with new industrial style washers and dryers, new game rooms, internet cafes and TV rooms. Miscellanious mechanical renovation of the adjacent mechanical building #52610 are also part of this project. Including gutting of the interior and existing mechanical equipment and replacement with new, remove and replace doors, frames, hardware, louvers and roofing, clean and seal exterior masonry surfaces. Slight modifications will be made to the existing parking lot to provide a more user friendly design as well as installling a storm water filtering system in the interest of the environment and in accordance with LEED standards. Hazardous materials are known to exist in this building and will be remediated as required per the hazmat assessment,and all applicable guidelines and codes.
Project Description: This is a Design / Build project with design / development and design / development submnittals in progress throughout this reporting period. Demolition activities began on August 24, 2009 and will be continuing through the quarter. Reconstruction crews are scheduled to begin work upon completion of demolition.
Jobs Summary: 1) Prime Contractor-4 FTE Retained-Project Manager, Superintendant, Field Office Administrator, Quality Control Manager. 2) Testing & Inspection Agency-FTE Retained is not yet determined. They are special inspectors on an 'on call, as needed' basis. 3) Electrical subcontractor-One FTE Retained. Electrical Forman. 4) HVAC subcontractor-3 FTE anticipated retained-Sheet Metal Mechanics, two FTE created-Sheet metal Mechanics. 5) Elevator subcontractor-Four FTE anticipated retained. Supervisor, Project Manager, Elevator Mechanic, Elevator Mechanic Helper. 6) Fire Sprinkler subcontractor-Six FTE anticipated retained. Project Manager, Admimnistrator, Foreman, Journeyman, Apprentice. (Total jobs reported: 5)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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