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From Design to Application

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Multiple Projects at Iron Horse Park- Fort Carson, CO

This project involved the design and construction of two (2) new pedestrian bridges and a steel bridge. Several paths, sidewalks and jogging trails were designed and installed. Improvements were also made to storm water infrastructure to allow for proper drainage including the installation of new concrete box culverts. Many parking areas were resurfaced, modifications to existing intersection geometries were made and included the removal of abandoned infrastructure. Site work involved improvements to landscaping and re-vegetation of effected areas.


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Renovate Building 1959- Fort Carson, CO

This project consisted of a complete reconfiguration of office spaces for Space Missile Defense Command at Ft. Carson totaling approximately 50,000 SF.  Work included building new offices with a completely new complex, highly secured communication system and physical security system to bring the building up to DOD requirements to house a Secret Compartmentalized Information Facility and an Open Secret Storage space.  Specific elements included: demolition, new HVAC routing meeting AT/FP requirements with controls, new gypsum wall systems, new painting, new acoustical ceilings,  new ceramic tile, new carpet/ rubber base was installed, new sound/security doors & hardware, access controls, ICIDS security, CCTV Cameras, updated fire alarm and electrical systems, operable wall systems and associated structural steel and finishes to accommodate the reconfigured spaces. 


Repair Defense Logistics Agencies (DLA) Buildings & Yards- Fort Carson, CO

This project consisted of the need for multiple design build upgrades and renovations at several DLA buildings on Fort Carson. Several of the buildings had to remain fully operational over the course of project completion due to the fact that these facilities and their personnel provide key logistics support to the entire base. This project required a great deal of cooperation between the government as well as significant coordination with several subcontractors. Work included removing, repairing, or replacing some existing features to include: new overhead sectional doors, new repair and/or replacement of damaged personnel doors, windows , new door hardware, and electrical power for overhead door, door threshold replacement, weather-stripping replacement, asphalt pathway, retaining wall, loading dock scales, structural systems, sanitary sewer services, grading, drainage, mechanical, painting, plumbing, electrical, utilities, roofing flooring, concrete, fencing and gates as well as landscaping.

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