Bid List

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    Feature Project:

    108th ADA Brigade Headquarters

    Fort Bragg, NC

    The design-build MATOC task order for the 108th ADA Brigade Headquarters at Fort Bragg, NC was for a 40,000 square foot office/training facility designed to fit in an existing brigade complex. Being the last building constructed within the complex, the site was tight and active with pedestrian traffic. While on the project, we were in constant communication with other general contractors in the complex coordinating project milestones to decrease disruptions.


    The facility is a 2-story structural steel frame with light gauge metal trusses and studs for exterior framing and interior walls. The exterior consists of brick five feet above slab on grade with EIFS above the brick. The roof is architectural shingles on a wood deck attached to metal decking. Additional features include concrete paving for secured parking and covered canopies at personnel doors. Being a LEED certifiable building, regional and local materials were used as frequently as possible, and energy efficient MEP systems and lighting control systems were installed. Several areas of the building are secured with blast resistant windows. ATFP setback requirements were strictly adhered.


    The project, which was completed ahead of schedule and under budget, received an Outstanding CCASS Rating.


    Other Administrative / Educational / Headquarters projects.


    Feature Project:

    SOF Acquisition Center

    Phase II

    MacDill AFB, FL

    This project is a 4-level, pre-cast, above ground parking garage on auger cast pilings with pile caps and grade beams.


    The 760 car parking deck is on an extremely tight site. During construction, our team had one entrance to the site. Inside the fence, the garage was only accessible on three sides with an average clearance of 60 feet on each side. The tight site also created safety concerns. The garage was only 120 feet away from the Main Special Operations Command Center for the entire US Military, so maintaining secured barriers at all time was a must.


    During installation of the auger cast pilings, our team exposed existing underground voids, making it necessary for re-drilling of over 50% of the pilings. Our team installed an average of 312% of theoretical volume for grout quantities. This also created issues for the tolerances of the pilings, and forced the re-design of many pile caps. Our team lost three weeks during this time, but with close coordination during the pre-cast erection process, we managed to make up time and get back ahead of schedule.


    Other Parking projects.




    Feature Project:

    Renovate Nursing Home

    Tuskegee, AL

    The Tuskegee Nursing Home Facility, Phase 11 renovation included patient units, a storage area, and the constructing of a new fully enclosed and conditioned solarium. The project took place in an operational nursing facility. In compliance with ICRA safety rules, and not to disturb guests, construction was completed in multiple phases.


    The phased renovation project updated finishes including:

    • painting patient rooms and common area,

    • floor covering in patient rooms and common areas,

    • new ceramic tile in toilet and shower areas,

    • lights,

    • plumbing fixtures, and

    • toilet accessories and doors.


    Fire sprinkler, fire alarm, nurse call systems were also modified to better serve our veterans and their safety. The new solarium was full glass supported by new concrete footings and a new masonry knee wall with exposed brick.


    The project, which was completed under budget, received an Above Average CCASS rating.


    Other Addition / Renovation projects.


    Feature Project:

    Window Replacement

    Phase VI

    Miami, FL

    The Window Replacement project includes the removal and replacement of exterior windows on the aging 14-story Miami VAMC facility. Work includes the removal of existing hurricane shutters and windows, the preparation and cleaning of the existing openings, and installation of new impact rated windows.


    The replacement process begins with the demolition of the existing hurricane shutters.  The window sills are then cleaned and prepped for the new windows.  New windows are then installed on the exterior side of the existing openings, within the same sill.  Once the new windows are installed and sealed, the old windows are removed from the interior side, thus never compromising any openings in the facility.


    In an effort to divert the majority of construction debris away from the project and landfills, all metal debris from the project was recycled locally.  The existing hurricane panels still in decent condition are being donated to local charities for their use in low-income housing initiatives.

    ICRA and life safety measures included protective plastic, negative air machines, air scrubbers, and sticky mats.


    Other Healthcare projects.


    This project involved preparing six Access Control Point (ACP) sites for installation of the U.S. Army Automated Installation Entry (AIE) System. The sites covered were ACP 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, and 7. Each AVB was commissioned by the Protective Design Center (PDC) in Omaha.


    Work on this project included:

    • removing and replacing guard booths

    • installing Active Vehicle Barriers with associated controls, signals, and signage

    • installing conduit for future AIE system

    • replacing canopy lighting

    • installing new generators at each ACP

    • security and associated electrical and controls work


    The project received an Above Average CCASS rating.


    Other Site / Security projects.

    Feature Project:

    ACP, Automated Installation Entry and System Site Infrastructure Preparation

    Fort Polk, LA


    This design-build project includes two Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities (TEMF) totaling 70,580 square feet. The facilities, built to maintain and repair vehicles, consist of two main areas: repair bays (consisting of repair and maintenance areas) and the core area (consisting of administration and training areas). The TEMF buildings, which can accommodate approximately 350 vehicles, contain 10-ton bridge cranes and hazardous waste storage.


    Construction consisted of all site work, structure, and finishes to provide a completely usable facility for the owners. Additional work included utilities, electric service, fire protection and alarm systems, and antiterrorism and force protection measures.


    Our team utilized Building Information Modeling (BIM) during preconstruction to provide more detailed and accurate design.


    The LEED certified facility received an Above Average CCASS rating.


    Other Industrial projects.



    Feature Project:

    BCT Complex

    Fort Lewis, WA


    This project involved the construction of a new 16,000 square foot, single-story commissary facility in Fort McCoy, WI. The building is of steel frame construction on cast-in-place concrete with an exterior of brick and EIFS veneer, aluminum windows, and a single-ply roof. Work included site work, concrete, masonry, structural steel, specialties, finishes, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing. Finishing the project ahead of schedule, the Owner was able to open the store earlier than originally planned..


    Other Retail projects.



    Feature Project:

    New Commissary Facility Construction

    Fort McCoy, WI


    This project included the design and construct a 40 foot structural steel tower for the 75th Army Ranger Regiment.  The tower was designed and built by strict Army Regulations to create battlefield conditions for Fast Ropes Insertion Extraction System (F.R.I.E.S.) training.  Strategically situated on the F.R.I.E.S tower were mock-ups for the MH-47 ramp and door, MH-60, MH-6 Helicopters, a practice jump location, and a 40 foot rappelling wall.


    Coordination between The Clement Group, design team, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the 75th Army Ranger Regiment was extensive in order to construct this mission critical training apparatus.  Several revisions to design were required to simulate accurate in-the-field.  The 40 foot tower was supported by large spread footings and a helical anchor cabling system that extended from the four corners of the tower’s upper level.


    Safety on this project was paramount.  There were numerous design considerations made for the safety of the Army Rangers.  A 20 foot ring of deep mulch was positioned around the tower, and large, thick pads shrouded the structural columns.  The safety of construction personnel was also extremely important during steel erection and installation of wood decking on the 20 foot, 32 foot, and 40 foot leveling.  Our Site Safety and Health Officer ensured all workers adhered to the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers EM385-1-1 and OSHA Regulations through daily equipment and PPE inspections, and by creating a site specific safety plan for this specialize work.


    Other Training projects.

    Feature Project:

    Construction of FRIES Towers

    Fort Benning, GA

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    Feature Project:

    Barracks 25412

    Fort Gordon, GA

    Building 25412 is a 3-story housing facility, with approximately 18,000 square feet of bedroom suites, dayroom areas, laundry rooms, and mechanical/electrical/ support rooms.  Renovation work on this project included:

    • replacement of carpets, floor tiles, ceiling, doors, and failing electrical devices

    • repair and installation of new HVAC systems

    • repair of the roof system

    • repair and/or replacement of doors and door hardware

    • modifying all window openings, and installing concrete panels and new window units

    • preparing a landscape plan encompassing a common area for four barracks buildings


    This project created unique schedule and safety challenges. All work was performed in a common courtyard area with other barracks buildings occupied by military service members. Safety was paramount to ensure the workforce protected non-project personnel. Additionally, the schedule was pushed up 60 days because the service members occupying the building were to arrive early, impacting the window replacement portion of the project. The Clement Group coordinated with government personnel, subcontractors, and the window manufacturer to develop and implement an aggressive action plan to meet the adjusted completion date. Because of increased communication and coordination, the new completion date was met.


    The project received an Above Average CCASS Rating.


    Other Housing projects.

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