Administration and Maintenance Facilities
RED HORSE Cantonment Facility – Guam
Pacific West Builders has recently completed a new ground up, design- build, 17,600 sq/ft pre-cast concrete maintenance and training facility at Andersen Air Force Base on Guam. The structural wall and roof elements were all pre-cast concrete manufactured at an off-site plant and trucked in and assembled on site. This method of construction expedited the construction process as PWB was able to develop the site and pour the slab on grade while the wall and roof panels were fabricated. The facility included large workshops enabling the end user to fabricate, maintain and test HVAC and electrical equipment, and included a fabrication shop for carpentry and metal work. The welding and carpentry shops included dust and smoke extractors. The facility also included administration offices, training rooms, restrooms and breakrooms and a computer training room. The site work included grading, new roads around the facility, parking, landscaping, sidewalks, mechanical, electrical and trash enclosures and all utilities. As a part of the project, we had to convert approximately 2,100’ of 13.8 KV primary overhead power line to underground. This project will be LEED Silver certified.
Locomotive Maintenance Facility – Concord
Pacific West Builders designed and built an administration and railroad equipment and engine maintenance facility at Concord Naval Weapons Station in Concord, CA. This facility was for the maintenance of locomotives hauling ammunition to and from the Military Ocean Terminal at Concord. The 7,500 sq/ft administration building included typical open and private office areas, breakroom, file and storage rooms, conference room and restrooms. PWB also provided all of the furniture and fixtures for the facility. The 4,200 sq/ft railroad equipment and engine maintenance facility was built to maintain and inspect locomotives, with the interior railway tracks straddling a concrete inspection pit. The rail maintenance facility required special foundations and force protection requirements. The systems for both buildings included fire and life safety, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, intrusion detection and data and communications. The rail maintenance facility also included a locomotive exhaust system and compressed air. Site work included extensive grading, asphalt paving and parking, concrete aprons, landscaping, site utilities and site security fencing. Additional items that had to be design and constructed included a railroad spur that had to be constructed from the main line to the rail maintenance facility, a 21KV/12KV electrical substation complete with duct banks and cable, transformers, battery bank and charger, switchgear, fire alarm and security appurtenances, and a locomotive wash rack with a closed loop wash system for water conservation. Although not registered, this project did achieve enough points for LEED Certified.
Renovate Administration Building – Norco
Pacific West Builders has recently completed the design and renovation of a 12,200 sq/ft wood framed, stucco and clay tile roof administration building at the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Norco Detachment. This building is part of a historical complex and care had to be taken with the design and construction of any exterior elements of the building. The renovations to this building included demolition and hazardous materials abatement, new offices, repairs to some existing framing, new interior finishes and doors, frames and hardware, new bathrooms and breakroom, upgrading the existing fire sprinkler system, and the installation of new plumbing, HVAC, electrical, security and data and communication systems. Exterior work included new mechanical and electrical enclosures, installing new windows and window framing to comply with ATFP requirements, and miscellaneous repairs to the roof and flashings.
Renovation of NOSC Facility – Sacramento
Pacific West Builders designed and renovated the 36,000 sq/ft Naval Operations Support Center in Sacramento and its auxiliary buildings. The scope of work included upgrading the buildings to ADA compliance, including the installation of an exterior wheel chair lift to access the second floor. Bathrooms, drinking fountains, stairs, building access and other components were also upgraded to comply with ADA requirements. Other improvements included new cabinetry, doors and hardware, interior finishes, HVAC for the communications, classrooms, offices and tool rooms, and energy efficient lighting and power. The roof above the drill hall was replaced, which involved hazardous material abatement. Exterior improvements included slurry sealing the parking area and modifying it to comply with Anti-Terrorism Force Protection requirements, the parking lot lighting was upgraded for security reasons, ADA access ramps were constructed at the side entrances and a martial arts program pit was constructed for martial arts training.
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