MAGNETIC BEARING CHILLER PLANT
Location: St. Petersburg VBA Regional Office, St. Petersburg, FL
Scope of work: Demolish and install a new Modular Chiller Plant, which consists of two 400Ton magnetic bearing compressors and an aesthetically pleasing, external cooling tower. Work includes site preparation, visually appealing barrier walls and all ancillary components such as pumps, motors, piping, valves, electrical and controls. This project supports 700 employees in 212,000 square feet of office space, all in support of providing benefit programs for 1.8 million Veterans.
Completed: August 2017
BOILER PLANT REPLACEMENT
Location: James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center, Altoona, PA
Scope of work: Remove and replace the three Boilers, deaerator, feed water pumps, and all piping for steam, feed water, fuel oil and natural gas. Other associated work includes electrical and new lights, control air compression, new flooring and finishes, overhead doors, steel catwalk system, and administrative office renovations. This project required use of temporary boilers, generator and associated pumps to allow for steam delivery to the Medical Center during construction.
Completed: August 2017
BUILDING 2 EMERGENCY GENERATOR
Location: Salem VA Medical Center
Scope of work: Asbestos Abatement and demolition of existing building, slab foundation, and emergency generator. Install new concrete foundations and new 600kW emergency generator to service Building 2. Tie in generator to existing building systems such as controls, power, and fire alarm. Work includes ensuring temporary generator remains in service during project.
Completed: November 2016
ICU ROOFTOP FANS
Location: Hampton Medical Center, Hampton, VA
Scope of work: Remove and replace four rooftop fans for the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Building 110. Work includes demolition of existing fans, ductwork, and associated supports; power and electrical work; BACnet controls systems; new fans, supports, and ductwork. Due to the sensitivity of the ICU area, work requires temporary fan use with limited shutdowns to the building area. Due to the sensitivity of the ICU area, work requires temporary fan use with limited shutdowns to the building area and close coordination with VAMC Nursing and Doctor staff.
Completed: September 2015