This project consisted of a complete interior and exterior renovation of the entire nine story building.
Fire Station 4 Addition and Renovations, 2007
We teamed up with Bezek Durst Seiser Architects and Enterprise Engineering Inc. on a low bid design-build public bid for the Municipality of Anchorage. We were awarded the project with a low bid price of $3,812,200. The project consisted of the design and construction of a wood frame structure of approximately 10,600 sq. ft., which includes: dorm rooms, apparatus bays, a lounge, dive room, decontamination room, medic supply room and fitness room. The renovations of an existing structure of approximately 2700 sq. ft. which includes: a new kitchen, offices and restrooms. The project also includes an outbuilding of approximately 480 sq. ft. consisting of a fuel tank enclosure, generator/storage room, CMU dumpster enclosure, new generator package and all site work and utilities to support the development. Major subcontractors include: BC Excavation, Rainproof Roofing, K's Construction, Pioneer Door, Chinook Fire Protection, Slayden Plumbing and Heating, and Safe-T-Way Electric. The project was completed in January, 2008.
Midnight Sun Family Learning Center, Wasilla 2004
We responded to a Mat-Su Borough RFP for a design-build-lease project. Our proposal was accepted and we began the design process. By working closely with the design team and the representatives for the school we were able to coordinate the design, the unique needs of the school into a final project that provided the maximum value to the school. On June 28, 2004 we were given a notice that we the successful proper on the project. The school moved into their new 18,000 square foot facility 4 ½ months later on November 19, 2004.
Valley Neuroscience Medical Clinic, Anchorage 2010
This is a single story 5,600 square foot wood frame building located in Wasilla, Anchorage.
This was a design build project teaming with Cole & Thompson Architects, Franklin & Associates, Enterprise Engineering, and design build mechanical and electrical with Slayden Plumbing & Heating and Clemens Electric with EIC Engineers.
We began sitework in July 2010 with the owner taking occupancy in December 2010. The project included all utility line extensions, concrete foundation, wood frame structure with log post and beam entry, composite roof shingle, exterior wood siding and rock cladding and energy efficient mechanical and electric systems. Special features of this project included incorporating renewable energy solar panels and a solar thermal water heater. This project also included an imaging suite housing a 1.5T MRI.
Other major team mates include: Moonlighting Excavating , GMG General, Valley Block and Concrete, JD Steel, Spenard Builders Supply, E/P Roofing, McKinley Crown Acoustics, Carpet World, Progressive Coatings, Slayden Plumbing & Heating and Clemens Electric.
Wilder Construction Company Heavy Equipment Shop, 2006
We were invited to offer qualifications and were selected to participate in a design-assist contractor role. We were able to address the owner’s concerns about several pricing issues by soliciting competitive design-build cost proposals from mechanical and electrical firms. Once the team was selected we developed construction documents and broke ground in the summer of 2006. We finished the project on schedule and within budget. Key systems included insulated steel panels on a pre-engineered steel frame, rubber membrane roofing over insulated steel panels, 10-ton bridge crane, embedded growser rails and a wash bay.