Healthcare

 

Department of Veterans Affairs -St. Cloud, MN.

Install HVAC Buildng 3 – Completed December 2016

Upgrade Reception Stations St. Cloud, MN

Project consisted of the installation of a new HVAC and sprinkler system in areas of Building 3.  Project included constructing (2) new roof dormers for fresh air and exhaust from a new Air Handling Unit installed into the attic of the existing building, removal and replacement of ½ of the buildings Acoustical ceiling system and replacement of all of the lights on the 2nd floor of the building.  Project also included renovation of two latrines into usable offices as required by drawings and specifications. Work included general construction, metals, wood, plastics and composites, thermal and moisture protection, openings, finishes, furnishings, fire suppression, plumbing, HVAC and mechanical, electrical, multiple communications systems, electronic safety and security, earthwork and exterior improvements, utility systems and electrical power generation. Installation of Building 3’s HVAC required careful coordination with department staff, in order to minimize disruption of ongoing patient care and daily business activities. Much of the work was performed in occupied space and had to be executed off-hours. These areas needed to be cleaned and functional on a daily basis, and ready for business the following day. As well, system shut downs had to be coordinated with seasonal temps; A/C functioning in summer, heat in winter.

 

Department of Veterans Affairs -St. Cloud, MN.

Upgrade Main Drive & Circle Parking Lot – Completed October 2016

Upgrade Reception Stations St. Cloud, MN

Project consisted of all labor, materials, tools and equipment required to demolish, repair and replace existing roadway and parking areas.  Project also add new roadway at one location and construction / Reconfiguration of an existing 84 stall parking lot into a new 119 stall parking lot at the VA Medical Center, Saint Cloud, Minnesota.  Work included milling/reclaiming of existing asphalt and concrete, removal of buried concrete roadways, rebuilding of roadways, some new road and parking construction, installation of curb and gutter, installation of storm sewer structures, landscape restoration, and the removal and replacement of over 6,000 CY of poor soils as encountered during various phases of the project.

 

Department of Veterans Affairs -St. Cloud, MN.

Replace Fire Alarm System Devices – Completed May 2016

Upgrade Reception Stations St. Cloud, MN

Description

Project included labor, materials, tools and equipment required to replace fire alarm system building devices at the St. Cloud VA Health Care System campus. Work included campus-wide replacement/reconfiguration of existing field devices and associated replacement of electrical circuits and conduits

 

Department of Veterans Affairs -Madison, WI.

Renovate 3D Women’s Health – Completed March 2016

Madison VA

Description

This project involved renovations to approximately 2,700 SF of existing space on the third floor D wings of Building 1. Work included demolition, hazardous material removal and disposal, carpentry, interior finishes, plumbing, fire protection, HVAC ductwork and piping, controls, electrical power and lighting, nurse call, security systems and telecommunications. Project was completed ahead of schedule.

 

Department of Veterans Affairs – Harry S. Truman VA – Columbia, MO.

Renovate Behavioral Health Ward 2B – Completed July 2015

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Description

Work included demolition of existing walls, ceiling, floors, electrical and mechanical systems. New construction consisted of high impact resistant walls, plastered acoustical ceilings, new resilient flooring, anti-ligature hardware and casework, new electrical and HVAC systems including anti-ligature security cameras throughout 2 phased renovations.

 

Department of Veterans Affairs – Oscar G. Johnson – Iron Mountain, MI

Renovate Surgery 3, 4, 5, & 0 – Completed June 2015

Iron Mnt. VA

Description

The Department of Veteran Affairs entered into contract with a contractor for the construction improvements to Renovate Surgery to the VA’s facility located in Iron Mountain.  After being awarded said Contract, the contractor was later declared in default of its obligations under the Contract and the Government terminated their right to proceed with remaining work; The Government made demand to the surety to completed the project under bonding obligations.  IMS was then contacted and awarded a “completion contract” to complete the project.

The project included renovations of the 2nd floor surgery department within building no. 1 of the VA Medical Center.  Work consisted of gutting and rebuilding the interior which involved approximately 7,500 sq feet of the existing admission/discharge offices, procedure rooms, operating rooms and physician offices.  The project also included constructing a new 500 sq foot mechanical room addition and a new dumb waiter system to service the department from the basement to 2nd floor surgery department.  Tasks included shoring and demolition of 1600 sq feet of concrete waffle slab, roof deck, various concrete floors, new structural steel roof framing, equipment support steel, daily protection from elements, asbestos abatement, demolition of existing ceilings, walls and flooring.  Utility work serving the area included demolition of existing lighting, conduits and devices; Installation of new lighting, data, security, fire alarm systems; Demolition of existing ductwork, diffusers, controls, piping and fixtures; Installation of new HVAC ductwork, hydronic piping, plumbing and fixtures; Demolition of existing sprinkler branch lines and heads; Installation of new fire suppression lines and head to match new ceiling configurations, removal and replacement of 36 aluminum windows, drywall finishes, vinyl wall covering, patching, painting, flooring casework and work stations.  All work was performed around high traffic patient areas which required close coordination between the VA engineering department and IMS management while ensuring patient safety and infection control requirements were met on a daily basis.

 

Department of Veterans Affairs -Madison, WI.

Expand Clinic Lab – Completed May 2015

Madison VA

Description

Provide all labor, materials, equipment and supervision to complete “Expand Clinic Lab” project at the William S. Middleton VA Hospital, Madison, WI. Work included demolition, hazardous material removal and disposal, carpentry, wall installation, interior finishes, door installations, pneumatic tube system extension, lab casework utility coordination, plumbing including medical gas system, fire protection, HVAC ductwork and piping, controls, electrical power and lighting, security systems and telecommunications.

 

Department of Veterans Affairs -Minneapolis, MN

Correct Mechanical Deficiencies – Completed May 2015

minneapolis-va

Description

Project consisted of updating the existing motorized sliding shelving units, installing a gas fired boiler and associated gas piping for the snowmelt system in parking ramp mechanical room, and repair of automated trash system VFD.

 

Department of Veterans Affairs – St. Cloud, MN

Install Water Saving Fixtures – Completed February 2015

Upgrade Reception Stations St. Cloud, MN

Description

Project included general construction, alterations, mechanical and electrical work, necessary removal of existing structures and construction. The scope of work for this project was the installation of water savings fixtures, including shower heads, faucets, lavatories and installation of bariatric fixture carriers to existing restrooms.

 

Department of Veterans Affairs – Iowa City, IA

Abatement of Asbestos Building 1 – Completed February 2015

2015 VA Iowa City Abatement of Asbestos Bldg 1 Iowa

Description

Project consisted of the removal of identified asbestos on several floors of the medical center, repair of finishes associated with abatement, removing the old (2) story ash silo, and renovating it into functional space- new structural flooring, interior finishes, electrical and mechanical work included.

 

Bishop Noa Home for Senior Citizens – Escanaba, MI

Physical Therapy/Rehab Addition, Nursing Unit Addition and Suite Remodel – Completed February 2015

2015 Bishop Noa Home PT Rehab - Aerial

Description

Provide materials, equipment and labor to construct a new 11,800 SF Physical Therapy and Nursing Unit addition. The new building addition was constructed on the South East side of the existing nursing home.  Work included layout, excavation, site work selective demolition concrete, masonry, framing and all interior/exterior finishes. Project also included a remodel of two existing room suites within the existing building.

2015 Bishop Noa Home PT Rehab hallway      2015 Bishop Noa Home PT Rehab Reception

US Department of Veterans Affairs – St. Cloud, MN

Upgrade Reception Stations – Completed December 2014

Upgrade Reception Stations St. Cloud, MN

Description

Project consisted of the construction and placement of new reception area workstations at the St. Cloud VA Healthcare Facility. This work took place in designated areas of Buildings 2 and 51 on the campus of the VA. Work included coordination with Government staff, planning, phasing and demolition for removal and replacement of reception area workstations.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Tomah, WI

Correct B452 SPS GAP Deficiencies – Completed October 2014

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Description

Project consisted of the removal of portions of existing interior finishes, mechanical systems, electrical systems and the necessary removal of existing structures. Renovation and new construction activities to correct current building gap deficiencies, correct functional arrangement deficiencies at the existing building loading dock door area, enclose existing loading dock, installation of a new exterior stair system and the relocation of electrical door operator devices as necessary. This project also included changes to the building’s interior and roof to accommodate additional new HVAC duct work, HVAC equipment, HVAC controls and roof mounted exhaust equipment and all other related assemblies as well as the necessary removal, storage and reinstallation of equipment and necessary components. Overall work area was approximately 5,184 square feet.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Minneapolis, MN

Ward 3E Renovation – Completed June 2014

2014 VA Minneapolis Ward 3E Renovation

Description

Renovation of approximately 14,000 SF of wing for new patient rooms including bariatric rooms. The wing was designed to provide an aesthetically comforting environment for patients recovering from ICU. Evidence based design is based on “biophilic hospital design” to promote healing and well being through a warm and aesthetic environment, vs. a traditional institutional feeling. The finishes were unique and high end to help reduce the institutionalized nature of a hospital. Demolition consisted of: Removal of existing interior walls, ceilings, flooring, mechanical, fire protection, plumbing systems and fixtures, electrical systems and equipment in unit 3E. New construction consisted of: Construction of new single patient rooms, restrooms, 2- bariatric patient rooms, reception area, offices, housekeeping closet, dirty and clean utility rooms, storage rooms, medication room, nutrition room, family lounge, and consultation room including new interior walls, ceilings, finishes, flooring, plumbing, medical gases, fire protection, HVAC, lighting, power, data, security, nurse call and equipment to accommodate new layout. The new unit included 17 single patient rooms, one of these being an isolation room, & 2 bariatric single patient rooms one of which is an isolation room. Single patient rooms will include Compass headwall, side wall and footwall systems. All patient rooms have ceiling mounted patient lifts.

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Iowa City, IA

Renovate Inpatient Wards 5E and 4E – Completed June 2014

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Description

Project included renovation of two floors to post operative patient rooms and nurse reception areas. Included was approximately 9,250 SF on 5 East that was renovated for Inpatient Care including 15 private patient rooms with 15 private ADA bathrooms and all associated patient/nursing space; and approximately 6,250 SF on 4 East was renovated for Ambulatory Surgery patient prep including 17 rooms and 2 ADA toilet rooms and associated patient/nursing space. Project required extensive asbestos abatement and demolition of existing construction, alterations to walls, ceilings, roofs and floors, general construction, mechanical, electrical and plumbing work, controls, telecom, nurse call, modular furnishings and certain other items.

 

US Department of Veteran Affairs – Tomah, WI

Construct Community Living Center – Completed May 2014

Tomah CLC

Description

Provide materials, equipment and labor to construct
Community Living Center, Project 676-320 at the VA Medical Center, Tomah, Wisconsin, including foundations, enclosure, interior partitions, finishes, mechanical and electrical work, walks, grading, drainage, utility systems, and necessary removal of existing structures and other items indicated in the contract documents. Project consists of the construction of 2 “Assisted living type” homes approximately 8,600 SF each in size.

 

US Department of Veteran Affairs – Oscar G. Johnson – Iron Mountain, MI

Remove and Replace Elevator – Completed March 2014

Iron Mnt. VA

Description

This project includes the renovation and extension of the two (2) existing 4 stop hydraulic elevators into a new single 5 stop hydraulic elevator at the Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center, Iron Mountain Michigan. The project included elevator shaft and elevator landings; Installation of new elevator shaft including concrete foundations from basement to 4th floor ICU. The existing building portion which housed the elevators required the 10” thick concrete roof to be shored, cut and removed using a 60 T crane. Once removed new shaft continued up to 4th floor. A new structural steel framed building was built around the shaft to match surrounding brick veneer building. Once housed, each floors elevator lobby was renovated while install of new elevator took place. Installation of new hydraulic elevator car, rails, controls and other required appurtenances; and elevator landing access route modifications required for the new elevator layout.

 

US Department of Veteran Affairs – Edward Hines, JR – Hines, IL

Replace Water Mains Phase II – Completed October 2013

Hines VA

Description

Project consisted of installation of 4,300 linear feet of 12” water main throughout active hospital campus. Domestic and fire suppression systems were maintained and kept active during course of the project. In addition to water main piping, all valves fittings, casings, valve vaults and hydrants were installed on new system prior to removal and abandonment of old water main system. Project also included domestic and fire suppression piping feed line replacement within Building 200 sub-basement.

 

US Department of Veteran Affairs – Oscar G. Johnson – Iron Mountain, MI

Renovate 6th floor for Lab – Completed July 2013

Iron Mnt. VA

Description

The Project includes renovations of the 6th Floor Laboratory within Building No. 1 of the Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center in Iron Mountain Michigan. Work consisted of a total interior demolition & rebuilding of approximately 19,000 square feet of the existing Laboratory space including asbestos abatement, demolition of existing ceilings, walls and flooring prior to the installation of new stud and drywall wall partitions and appurtenances: Demolition of existing lighting, conduits and devices; Installation of new lighting, data, security, fire alarm systems; Demolition of existing ductwork, diffusers, controls, piping and fixtures; Installation of new HVAC ductwork, hydronic piping, plumbing and fixtures; Demolition of existing sprinkler branch lines and heads; installation of new fire suppression lines and heads to match new ceiling configurations, removal and replacement of 88 aluminum windows, drywall finishes, vinyl wall covering, patching, painting, flooring replacement and casework displays, work stations, and elevator modernization . All work was performed around high traffic patient areas which required close coordination between VA engineering department and IMS management while ensuring patient safety and infection control requirements were met on a daily bases.

 

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Dayton, OH

Renovate Building 315 for Surgery Simulation Center – Completed March 2013

DaytonVAMC

Description

Provide all labor, materials, equipment and supervision to complete project: Interior demolition and renovation of 1st floor of Building 315 for surgery simulation center. Project included extensive asbestos abatement including all floors, ductwork mastic/insulation, and all plumbing insulation throughout the entire building. Project also included flooring, glass wall systems, medical gas piping & fixtures, mill work, countertops, doors and hardware, and finishes. Additional work performed included renovation of auditorium and lobby area for training purposes.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Edward Hines, JR – Hines, IL

Renovate Building 12 – Completed January 2013

Hines VA

Description

Provide for and furnish all labor, superintendence, materials, tools, equipment, insurance, temporary protection, and other items designated under the provisions of the contract, to Renovate Building 12 to accommodate the Fitness Center, Compensation & Pension Program, and the Simulation Center at the Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital, Hines, Illinois. Work included all phases of general construction, renovation, alternations, HVAC, interior painting, plumbing, other mechanical and electrical work; 100% interior demolition of existing construction to accommodate new construction, and reinstallation of equipment and furnishings. Part of the building 12 renovation project was to remove the 94 existing windows and reinstall 94 new aluminum casement type double glazed windows. These windows also met the sustainable design requirements for recycled content and regionally supplied products. Complete exterior Landscaping and site work for new parking areas and drop off. Project also included a complete installation of a 2.4kW small wind turbine system. This project was 100% LEED (Gold Certification) and was fully commissioned according to the VA standards for commissioning, all systems.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – William S. Middleton – Madison, WI

Renovate Radiology – Completed August 2012

Madison VA

 Description

Provide all labor, materials, equipment and supervision to complete project: Renovate Radiology at the William S. Middleton VA Hospital, Madison, WI. Work included general construction, alterations, mechanical and electrical work, necessary removal of existing structures and construction. This was a very complex and multi phased (14) project that was performed within an occupied radiology suite. This project also included a 5 story Curtain Wall replacement project, valued at $700,000.00. Project included asbestos abatement throughout the area including exterior window caulk, flooring, and duct & pipe insulation.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Oscar G. Johnson – Iron Mountain, MI

Renovate Outpatient Clinic – Completed August 2012

Iron Mnt. VA

Description

The Project includes renovations of the Outpatient Clinic within Building No. 1 of the Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center in Iron Mountain Michigan. Work included renovation of approximately 7,700 square feet of the existing Outpatient Clinic space, former Emergency Department Space and patient waiting areas. Work within the renovated work zones, which was done in 5 consecutive phases, consisted of demolition of existing ceilings, walls and flooring prior to the installation of new stud and drywall wall partitions and appurtenances: Demolition of existing lighting, conduits and devices; Installation of new lighting, data, security and nurse call system; Demolition of existing ductwork, diffusers, controls, piping and fixtures; Installation of new HVAC ductwork, hydronic piping, plumbing and fixtures; Demolition of existing sprinkler branch lines and heads; installation of new fire suppression lines and heads to match new ceiling configurations. Finish work within the outlying areas of the Outpatient Clinic including patient waiting areas consisted of window replacement, drywall finishes, vinyl wall covering, patching, painting, flooring replacement and casework displays and work stations. All phases of work were done around high traffic patient areas which required close coordination between VA engineering department and IMS management while ensuring patient safety and infection control requirements were met on a daily bases.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs -Cincinnati, OH/Ft Thomas Community Living Center – Fort Thomas, KY

Energy Conservation Measures – Completed August 2012

Cincinnati OH

Description

Project consisted of STEAM SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS: which included repairs to steam piping, condensate piping, steam equipment, condensate equipment, piping insulation, controls equipment, and air handling units; MOTOR UPGRADES: which included replacing existing motors with high efficiency motors and drive equipment, including variable frequency drives (VFD) with basic control, in Cincinnati Medical Center Building 1; CONTROLS SYSTEM UPGRADE: which included providing a connection from the Fort Thomas Domiciliary to the Cincinnati Medical Center Energy Management System, including all equipment necessary for two way communication and remote control of the Fort Thomas Systems; ADDITIONAL CONTROLS UPGRADES: which included providing new energy management control devices and panels to replace existing Energy Management Controls sub-systems, and incorporate extended VFD controls; REPLACEMENT OF ADDITIONAL MOTORS: which included replacing existing motors with energy efficient motors and drive equipment in Cincinnati Medical Center Buildings 8,13,15 and 64.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Beckley, WV

Endoscopy Suite Corrections – Completed July 2012

Beckley WV

Description

The project consisted of a construction of a new suite, we built two procedure rooms and a 2 unit scope cleaning room with an attached decontamination room, we also reworked all the existing med gas system upgrading it with new alarm panels and outlets. Also all construction was done to an adjacent surgery recovery ward. All of this new area also consisted of solid wall (Corian) surfaces as well as a gasketed clean room ceiling grid system. The new AHU installed was constant flow system that is designed for exchanging the air multiple times per hour.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Oscar G. Johnson – Iron Mountain, MI

Renovate CLC Storage – Completed July 2012

Iron Mnt. VA

Description

Project consisted of providing all labor, superintendence, materials, tools, equipment and temporary protection for the construction of four (4) new palliative care private rooms which consisted of constructing interior steel stud walls with all medical gas piping, plumbing and electrical rough ins. Each room consisted of drywall, acoustical ceilings, vinyl and ceramic flooring, built-in case work, window treatments and patient lift systems. All work took place on the First Floor West wing of the Community Living Center (CLC) on building #1 of the Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center Iron Mountain, MI. Since this work was in the occupied CLC wing surrounded by patients living area; infection control, dust, and noise control were strictly monitored to ensure the least amount of disruption to the patients.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Multiple VA Centers

CIS/ARK Site Prep – Completed July 2011

Description

Project consisted of completion of general construction projects at the following VA Medical Centers: VA Central Iowa Healthcare System, Des Moines, Iowa; Iowa City VA Medical Center, Iowa City, IA; Sioux Falls VA Medical Center, Sioux Falls, SD; Black Hills Health Care System, Fort Meade, SD; and the Nebraska Western Iowa VA Healthcare System, Omaha, NE. Work included the modification/remodel/construction of Biomedical Engineering Department space(s) and/or medical equipment server rooms at the facilities listed above. Specifics included: Add new doors and relocate existing doors. Remove walls, move existing walls, and construct new fixed walls. Cut and patch existing roof and new curbs for installation of heat rejection equipment. Removed old and installed new finishes, replaced existing flooring, and installed new accordion partition. Insulate existing walls, and remove and replaced existing ceilings and flooring with new. Removed existing floor drains. Provided and installed new air conditioning units (CRACs). Provided and installed new diffusers, grills and sprinkler heads. Replaced all sprinkler heads and provided soft water for new infrared humidifiers. Provided appropriate electrical to achieve high reliability and redundancy as detailed in the drawings and specifications. Plumbing work included removal of dedicated plumbing except for waste and vent piping to accommodate floor drains for condensate drainage.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – St. Louis, MO

Correct HVAC-IAQ Deficiencies-Jefferson Barracks/John Cochran Campus –      Completed June 2010

St. Louis John Cochrane

Description

Project consisted of providing and installing cooling and humidification equipment, asbestos abatement, modification of existing ACT / Hard ceilings, Core Drilling for mechanical installation, installation of new louvers in exterior walls, structural steel for new openings, cutting and patching of existing walls and floors, fire stopping, and painting for twenty-three medical supply storage rooms located at the Jefferson Barracks and John Cochran campuses.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Iowa City, IA

Angio & Cath Site Prep – Completed November 2010

Description

Project included renovation of approximately 5,500 square feet of existing space on the 2nd floor of Building 1 into new Angio and Cath Labs and involved all work necessary to prepare site for installation of government furnished and installed Angio and Cath equipment. This was a 4 phased project were each phase had to be completed before moving on the next. Phase 1 was to renovate existing office space into the new Angio/Cath room and bringing in the new Siemens equipment. The new walls and ceiling had to be shielded. Phase 2 was to remove the existing Angio/Cath equipment, shielded walls, and concrete topping in the phase area. Then replace with new offices, reading room for the doctors, and locker rooms. Phase 3 consisted of renovating an area into the new recovery area while setting up a temporary recovery area in the location of Phase 4. Phase 4 was similar to Phase 1. We had to remove the temporary recovery area remove and replace the walls in the phase 4 area with shielded walls & ceilings.

 

US Department of Veteran Affairs – Harry S. Truman – Columbia, MO

Renovate Pathology Labs – Completed December 2010

Description

This project included renovations within an active medical facility which was scheduled in four phases, performed consecutively, to aid in daily operation of the facility. All infection control and patient safety measures were put in place respectively to each phase prior to the start of the 9,200 square foot renovation project. Work entailed demolition of all interior furnishing and laboratory casework upon removal of laboratory fume hoods which were relocated for continued use. Demolition of doors, ceilings, walls, floors, finishes, mechanical equipment, ductwork, light fixtures, conduits and wiring were all initial task of respective phases with new construction to follow to create a new pathology laboratory meeting the medical facility needs. New construction consisted of a new air handling system serving the laboratory utilizing VAVs for controlled atmospheres as designed. Sprinkler piping, electrical conduits, wiring, mechanical ductwork and insulation were installed taking into consideration of new wall configuration. The installation of steel stud walls with controls and electrical rough ins were complete prior to application of drywall and respective finishes. With ceiling inspection complete, grid, lighting and quick response sprinkler heads were installed prior to vinyl coated tile to create a clean room atmosphere. Laboratory casework, counter tops and floor finishes were part of the final tasks to complete each phase within the specified time. Close coordination between medical staff and contractors with daily schedule updates were key ingredients which made the project a success.

 

US Department of Veteran Affairs – Oscar G. Johnson – Iron Mountain, MI

Replace HVAC Surgery – Completed June 2009

Iron Mnt. VA

Description

The scope of work for this project was to furnish all labor, materials, tools, equipment, and other items necessary for new AHU, exhaust and chillers on the 2nd floor of Building 1 of the medical center. New construction consisted of new HVAC mechanical work including supply and return ductwork, laminar diffusers, chiller, pumps, piping, controls, and Testing/Balancing; removal and replacement of windows, designated ceiling systems, electrical wiring and fixtures within the surgical suites and throughout surgical wing. This project included demolition and replacement of hard surfaced ceilings and surgical lighting construction of new endoscopy and sterile supply within surgical wing. IMS also installed 2 new AHUs to provide heating & cooling of emergency exam area and pharmacy, which consisted of temporary protection ceiling & ductwork replacement. This project consisted of extensive coordination and scheduling due to very strict time frames, work was completed in 5 phases.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Oscar G. Johnson – Iron Mountain, MI

3 East AHU Project – Completed April 2009

Iron Mnt. VA

Description

The scope of this project was to renovate the HVAC system in the eastern section of the 3rd floor at the Iron Mountain VA Hospital in Iron Mountain, MI. Work included demolition of old windows and the installation of 84 new windows and sills, demolition and installation of a new HVAC system, installation of new suspended acoustical ceilings with gypsum board bulkhead in 80% of the renovated area, miscellaneous patching above and below ceilings, electrical upgrades, and demolition of the existing fire suppression system with design and installation of a new fire suppression system. This project required close coordination with the Engineering Department due to the departments that were located in each wing. There were also three other overlapping projects that dictated the course of the project.

 

US Department of Veterans Affairs – Minneapolis, MN

Correct Mechanical Deficiencies – Completed June 2008

Minneapolis VA

Description

(Design Build Project)
Provide all labor, materials, equipment, temporary protection, supervision, and demolition to design and replace 3 air handling units, and bathroom exhaust fans in bldg 9; Design new HVAC system for bldg 10; Design and replace existing air handling unit in bldg 49SV. Scope of work included the demolition and replacement of air handling units, dampers, coils, pumps, expansion tanks, heat exchangers, piping and all other components along with upgrade of pneumatic controls. Project also included the demolition and replacement of existing hot water heaters, ladder access to attic & demolition and replacement of 55 PTAC units in building 9.