Barracks & Housing Projects

Glass solarium off the back of a brick building

D/B Renovate Nursing Home

Tuskegee, AL

$2.49 M | Above Average CCASS

Renovation of existing Nursing Home Facility, Phase 2, patient units, storage area and constructing a new fully enclosed and conditioned solarium. The renovation is an update of 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, toilet accessories and doors. Fire Sprinkler, Fire Alarm, Nurse Call Systems were modified to make to better serve our veterans and their safety. The new solarium will be full glassed supported by new concrete footings and new masonry knee wall with exposed brick. The solarium design changed due to site restrictions, more pleasing appearance and increase energy efficiencies.

2-story Marine Forces Reserve Center with brick exterior and newly painted panels

Marine Force Reserve Center Renovation

Southbend, IN

$3.08 M | Above Average CCASS

This design-build construction project improved the exterior and interior environment of the buildings and grounds, provided life safety, ATFP and security improvements, improved energy efficiency, restored or modernized existing outdated systems and equipment, replaced deferred maintenance items, and improved cosmetic features of the facility. Work included design, demolition, renovation/repair, improvements, replacement, modernization of the site and interior and exterior of the buildings including mechanical, electrical, fire protection, and communications systems.

Barracks with a pergola in front at Fort Gordon in Georgia

Repair Barracks Building 25421 for 35th Signal Brigade

Fort Gordon, GA

$3.07 M | Above Average CCASS

This project consisted of repairing the Fort Gordon 35th Signal Brigade’s Barracks, Building 25421. The building is approximately 18,000 square feet. The scope and nature of work included repairing, replacing, and/or correcting floor and mechanical system conditions in the barracks during unit deployment. Work included replacing of carpets, tile, ceiling repair, latrine corrections and replacing miscellaneous failed or failing materials to bring the facility to proper working conditions. The project also consisted of repairing and/or replacing HVAC systems, installation of new blast resistant windows, and repair and/or replacement of door systems.

Three-story brick barracks at Fort Gordon, GA

Barracks Upgrade Project, Building 25425

Fort Gordon, GA

$6.03 M | Above Average CCASS

The scope of work for the repair and renovation of barracks building 25425 included the design, site preparation, demolition, abatement, repair and renovation of one barracks building of approximately 19,000 SF. Exterior finishes included installation of new standing seam metal roof, metal siding, exterior wall repair and cleaning, concrete repair, stairwell and exterior entrance repair, lighting replacement, and painting. Interior repair and renovation included demolition and abatement, renovation of living spaces, renovation of common areas, repairs to mechanical, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and other supporting utility systems, painting, replacement of flooring, ceilings and lighting, and life safety upgrades.