Renovate Anatomical Laboratory
PHASE ONE - The project consisted of abating the hazardous materials and demoing the interior walls structures along with all the utilities. The space was constructed into two separate working areas, the Blood Draw and Flow Lab. New restrooms were built in the Blood Draw area along with a large waiting room. The Flow Lab is a negative air room with two sinks installed and plenty of room for working tables and desks.
Projected Completion: In Progress
B. 341 - Naval Base San Diego
The project was comprised of replacing the two existing dewatering pumps at B. 341 on the Graving Dock. The work started with demolition and removal of both dewatering pumps (casing, impeller, stand, housing assembly and all related piping from the pump to the transition piece). Each piece was strategically lifted/lowered through the ground opening down a 70 feet drop to the pump pit using a 3-ton gantry crane. The entire project had a 45-day deadline, in order for the Rushmore to dock the following week.
Project Completion: 31 days
B. 520442 - MCB Camp Pendleton
The contract scope is to repair and restore BEQ 520442 to a habitable residence for School of Infantry Students (SOI). Provide repairs to building systems including HVAC, electrical, provide new fire sprinkler system, and replace deteriorated windows in order to meet current seismic, ATFP, and NFPA codes at MCB Camp Pendleton, CA.
Project Completion: In Progress
B. 1106 - MCB Camp Pendleton
This project consists of excavating and trenching a path for new heating hot and chilled water lines to run from B. 1106 to numerous surrounding buildings. Sygnos Mechanical will then reroute and lay all new underground heating hot and chilled water lines, allowing for operation to the Buildings AHU's. The trench will then be back-filled and compacted. New concrete will be poured to match existing. The project is set to be completed mid-August 2020.
Projected Completion: 52 days
B. 367 - NWS Detachment Fallbrook
Building 367 is a one-story industrial facility for Ordnance. The facility
already had heating, ventilation and air conditioning. This project's scope included: demolish existing equipment and replace with equipment of similar capacity; modify duct work to improve air flow in Room 101’s high bay area; utilize existing equipment and modify duct work to improve
air flow in Room 103 (Break Room); provide a CRAC unit to maintain temperature control for Room 105 (Micro Cal Room) and replace equipment serving Rooms 108 and 110. The final step was conducting an air balance during start-up of each unit.
Project Completion: 30 Calendar Days