Consolidate Deployment Ops PAX Terminal
Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
USACE, Tulsa District
HGL Construction was awarded this high-profile, complex design-build demolition and renovation construction project under an existing $49-Mllion Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with the USACE, Tulsa District. The purpose of this project was to design and renovate Building 260 in an effort to consolidate deployment operations at Tinker AFB. The work included the demolition of interior walls and finishes, removal of furniture and fixtures, and the construction of new interior walls with doors and door hardware. Additionally, work included adding new floors, walls and ceiling finishes, cabinet work, installation of fixtures, new plumbing and HVAC and new electrical systems including lighting.
The design phase consisted of 65%, 95%, 100% Pre-Final, and Issue for Construction (IFC) design packages. After each design package was developed and submitted to the USACE, a 21-day government review period followed. Each design package consisted of drawings, specifications and a design analysis narrative. Utilizing HGL’s integrated design-build team management approach, our construction team was already mobilized and ready to start work immediately following the issuance of IFCs.
Performed asbestos abatement
110,000-SF of sod was placed and watered using a unique PVC irrigation system
Installed 7 Rooftop Units (RTUs), each 5,000-BTU
Constructed and installed an AT/FP-compliant CMU wall with windows
Provided a full FF&E package