Federal – South Wolf Creek Expansion
Project consisted the installation of 9,760 LF of 48” sewer line. This was accomplished by excavating, installing, and backfilling. Trench depth ranged from 15’ – 30’. Boring was required for two different locations. These 60” bores were made at a depth of 30’ and spanned a distance of over 300’
Federal – Building 4301, Miscellaneous Space Renovation
The project consisted of the renovation of approximately 17,000 square feet of space which include offices, exam rooms, toilets, reception desk, waiting room, and storage space. The renovation included the removal and reconstruction of existing walls, doors, ceilings, flooring, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing elements to properly accommodate the new occupants.
Federal – Building 4301, Occupational Health & Physical Health Renovation
The project consisted of the renovation of approximately 4,000 square feet of space which will include offices, exam rooms, toilets, reception desk, waiting room, and storage space. The renovation included the removal and reconstruction of existing walls, doors, ceilings, flooring, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing elements to properly accommodate the new occupants.
Federal – Building 4301, Renew Pathology Lab
The project renewed the existing Pathology Lab into a modernized, code-compliant space; resulting in increased workspace efficiency and flow and optimized space utilization.
Federal – Access Control Point (Gate Upgrade)
The project consisted of both demolition and construction of five access control points surrounding the Fort Sill Army Base. Demolition required removal of existing light poles, pavement canopy structures, concrete, and excavation of soil as required for new construction. The construction portion of the project consisted of installation of new concrete, guard booths, storm shelters, bollards, signage, and landscaping.
Federal – Building 455, 462, 730, & 755, Center Level Renovations
All four buildings were required to be upgraded for life safety and change of function. All work was maintained inside the building. Each area of each building went through similar types of renovation and upgrades. These consisted of demolition, new walls and ceilings, interior finishes, new electrical, and HVAC systems.
Federal – Building 2913, Addition and Renovation Troop Medical Clinic
The addition constructed added 2,156 square feet to the existing structure which provided additional exam rooms & treatment space, an x-ray room, small lab, and a pharmacy. The existing building interior was totally gutted to provide a functional layout of the programmed spaces and also for new mechanical and electrical systems.
Federal – Building 6039, Repair/Renew Bleak Troop Medical Center
The project repaired/renewed approximately 5,000 square feet of existing non-functional space to provide additional exam rooms, screening cubicles, storage, and waiting and treatment areas. Modification to the HVAC distribution system, electrical circuit and lighting work was also required.
Non-Federal – Renovation of Comanche Nation Casino
This renovation consisted of updating all interior and exterior finishes of the existing 20,000 SF Casino. All existing finishes were renovated to include; flooring, wall covering, paint, cabinets, doors, exterior façade, handicap ramps, and roof color. The casino was kept full operational throughout the entire process.
Non-Federal – Cache Mid-High
Cache Mid-High was a newly constructed 11,000 SF school for 9th grade students. The shell of the structure was comprised of a slab-on-grade, tilt up concrete wall panels, pre-engineered metal trusses, and a standing seam roof. The interior finishes were as follows: interior painted CMU walls, VCT and carpet flooring, standard and scientific casework, suspended and sheetrock ceilings, hollow metal jambs, and wooden doors.
Non-Federal – Eisenhower Senior High School Addition/Renovation
The concept for this project was to create an additional means of egress for students. The newer existing 2-story building was already tied to an older existing 2-story building but only on the first floor. At that first floor tie-in the existing building was only 1 –story in height. The necessary steps were to remove the existing roof and install additional structural support. Then a second floor was built on the existing single story and this new floor was tied to the older building as well. The work consisted of demolition, structural steel, concrete, masonry, and all interior finishes. In addition to creating the connecting corridor, two additional bathrooms were built on this second floor as well.
Non-Federal - Pro-Team Harley Davidson Showroom Expansion
Project consisted of creating an additional 7,000 SF of showroom and renovating the existing 3,000 SF of retail space. The showroom add-on was constructed of a slab-on-grade, pre-engineered metal building, interior finishes, two restrooms, a break room, and two offices. The unique feature on this project was 40’ tall structural steel tower located at the main entry to the showroom. The existing retail area was completed renovated to include new storefront, millwork, interior finishes, and electrical. The existing areas were kept in full operation during this 7 months process.