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Facility Renovation

E-Corp is highly experienced in completing facility renovations at critical, occupied, and fully operational locations. Through flexibility, advanced planning, and detailed scheduling, E-Corp completes projects without disrupting clients’ personnel or missions.

USACE Mike O’Callaghan Federal Hospital Repair and Maintenance

Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada

Since the construction site for this project was an active hospital, E-Corp had to work closely with medical staff to ensure Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) Patient Protection Policies were closely followed. This project was expected to take more than six months to complete; E-Corp completed the project within six weeks, more than 120 days ahead of schedule.

This project consisted of 232,000 square feet of interior and exterior maintenance and repair work to the hospital. The E-Corp team repaired and maintained electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and miscellaneous items, such as base, carpeting, tile, and window treatments. We also painted all interior walls and repaired and maintained/landscaped areas to include grass removal/replant and xeriscaping for plants. The scope of work for this project included the following:

  • Removal and replacement of 8,900 LF of cover base
  • Removal and reinstallation of protective wall guard throughout the hospital
  • Painting of 150,000 SF of public use areas
  • Removal of 10 15x15x5” concrete housing pads for the ADA octagon tables and installation of 5 15x15x5” new concrete pads
  • Removal of more than 67,000 SF of existing grass and a total of 92 trees
  • Installation of trees, more than 16,000 SF of sod, and drip irrigation
  • Installation of 1,138 tons of 2-6” river rock and 37 tons of ¾” red granite decorative rock

E-Corp completed all interior work during evening hours to avoid disrupting hospital functions. This permitted us to complete the project without disrupting hospital staff and function, and it increased our productivity in the workspace since we were free of any obstructions, allowing us to complete the project significantly ahead of schedule.

 

USACE Mike O’Callaghan Federal Hospital Repair and Maintenance

Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada

E-Corp performed this project while court was in session. To avoid disrupting occupants, we worked as quietly as possible and only used loud tools when court was not in session. Despite working around active courtrooms, E-Corp completed this demolition and office construction project on time.

For this project, we designed and constructed an extensive renovation of a federal judge’s chambers. The existing conditions were very dated and dirty. The first part of this job included asbestos abatement of 9”x 9” floor tile and mastic. Then we moved to demolition of all ceiling tile and partial amounts of the grid. A portion of the walls were removed and reframed to different locations. Next we replaced drywall and installed new ceiling grid and fire sprinklers in designated areas.

At the same time, all wallpaper was removed from plaster walls and they were skim coated. The entire site was painted with colors of the judge’s choice. In the kitchen area, we installed new tile on the floor and new oak cabinetry. The reception area also received new oak cabinetry. We installed new custom oak base throughout the entire space, as well as custom-made chair railing and crown molding in designated areas. We installed new light fixtures and all new devices throughout. The GSA provided carpet that E-Corp installed throughout.

FAA Dining Room Renovation

Salt Lake City, Utah

E-Corp performed this renovation at the Salt Lake City Air Traffic Control Center (ARTCC). The Salt Lake City ARTCC is one of 22 area control centers in the U.S. The Salt Lake City ARTCC’s primary responsibility is sequencing and separation of over-flights, arrivals, and departures in order to provide safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of aircraft. The Salt Lake City ARTCC covers airspace in eight states and is one of the busiest and largest air control centers, serving many different airlines, as well as general aviation traffic. Detailed planning and scheduling for this project was crucial to avoid disrupting the FAA’s critical missions.

This project experienced no deviations in quality or performance because of E-Corp’s policy of planning each activity weeks in advance, combined with the great teamwork of the local FAA resident engineer. E-Corp also minimized disruptions to facility occupants and daily facility tasks by taking extra precautions, such as working nights and weekends.

The dining room renovation area was classified as a Class-A office space and, as such, required exact attention to quality details to renovate the office space, complete with radius walls and soffits, individual carpet patterns, and eight different paint colors. E-Corp maintained a fast-paced schedule, which was affected minimally by unforeseen site conditions of the 50-year-old structure, such as structural modifications and environmental abatement. We worked with the FAA to resolve these obstacles quickly and cost effectively.

One of the major hurdles in the project was installing new electrical panels and switching power and circuits over from the old panels, all while maintaining power and operations for the critical air traffic activities at the ARTCC. To overcome this challenge, our team completed much of the power distribution portion of the project between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. At completion, E-Corp was proud to present a space deserving of its Class-A designation.