B. 20815 - MCB Camp Pendleton
The scope of work was to supply and install a 30' by 35' chain link fence and gates to enclose the newly installed pumps . It also included designing a retaining wall on the inside of the fence to block the possibility of mud slides from the hillside behind the project site and protect the pumps from future damage.
Project Completion: 21 days
B. 310006 - MCB Camp Pendleton
Project scope was to remove seven Heat Pumps and eight Air Handlers at the 31 Area Child Development Center. It also included evacuating each system prior to removal, removal of related thermostats and replacing with digital thermostats. Each outdoor A/C condenser was supplied with epoxy coated cooling fins and all line sets were replaced with new. All units were tested and rated at a minimum of 13 SEERs.
Work was conducted during the CDC's requested hours and completed ahead of schedule.
Project Completion: 28 days
B. 140210 - MCB Camp Pendleton
The existing Fire Sprinkler System had not been on line for four years. The contract was to re-route and tie-in a new double check valve into the existing supply line to provide backflow prevention and allow the sprinkler system to be reactivated for Life Safety Code Compliance.
Project Completion: 8 days
B. 27847 - MCB Camp Pendleton
The existing canopy was run into by a delivery truck. The scope of work was to remove and reinstall a replacement canopy and the incorporated utilities. The old canopy was removed via an all-terrain 6,600 lbs forklift. The damaged chill/hot water lines were removed and replaced in accordance with the engineering designs. The existing damaged CMU blocks were demoed and reinstalled per the structural engineering requirements. New structural steel trusses and metal framing was installed according to plans. The standing seam metal roof and damaged stucco was replaced. The final pieces were primed and painted to color match the existing siding and roof.
Project Completion: 24 days
B. 210750 - MCB Camp Pendelton
The scope of work included the removal of the old HVAC systems to include any pneumatics and all associated related components to these systems. Everything in the area was reconfigured as needed to make the new units fit and fully operational. The existing duct system was cleaned to remove all dust and debris. Damaged, deteriorated, or missing duct, piping, insulation or finishing was replaced. Exhaust fans in the men's and women's restrooms were replaced to provide fully operational ventilation. Two mini-splits were installed inside the first floor offices to provide air flow. The entire system was balanced and tested for proper functionality.
Project Completion: 63 days