Look through an overview of the types of projects and the extent of our capabilities.
Canon AFB SOF Hangar & Aircraft Maintainence Unit
CTSI is currently a subcontractor to Hensel Phelps on a $28 million hangar project located on Cannon Air Force Base in western New Mexico.
CTSI is constructing 20 support office spaces, storage areas, and conference rooms inside the hangar.
In addition, CTSI is also constructing a separate warehouse adjacent to the hangar. That building includes 10 support office spaces and tool storage rooms.
Construction activities for both buildings include structural and non-structural metal stud framing, gypboard, acoustical ceiling and installation of approximately 30,633 square feet of insulation. The CTSI crew makes frequent Foreign Object Debris (FOD) checks to assure that the site was clean since the hangar is located on the flight line, and approximately 2,200 feet from the runway.
CTSI is conducting recycling of metals and wood. Other waste is being sorted for reuse.
There are currently three general contractors working on structures surrounding the hangar. Access to the construction site has been a challenge. All material and equipment deliveries must be coordinated with all contractors as well as base personnel.
Los Alamos National Laboratory Projects
The projects listed below are a examples of the work done for LANL. We have extensive experience in demolition, abatement, hazardous waste disposal and recyling.
Demolition and Removal of TA-3 Cooling Towers
The cooling towers were constructed in 1949 and the early 1970’s and were in poor physical condition with indications of heavy use over the years. The mechanical and electrical systems had been shut down and air-gapped by the lab and were not functioning at the time of the pre-bid site visit and subsequent start of work.
The CTSI team demolished and disposed of the cooling towers, the foundations/wet wells and air gap return lines. Supply lines were capped and foundations were filled with clean fill material and compacted. One of CTSI’s preferred subcontractors, LVI Services, provided the demolition, abatement, and hazardous waste disposal for the project. Chain link fences were installed around the site for additional safety measures. The recyclable materials were packed and trucked to a recycling company. The other waste materials were disposed of according to the contract. The project was completed on schedule and with zero safety incidents.
TA-39-98 Renovation /Reconfiguration Project
TA-39 is a classified technical area in a remote site that houses the Laboratory’s explosive pulsed power capabilities as well as a portion of the shock-wave physics capabilities. The experimental facilities at TA-39 support programmatic missions as part of nuclear weapon stewardship initiative of LANL. Prior to the renovation, the building housed the shops for constructing the explosive devices and systems used for testing.
After demolition of the interior and waste characterization, CTSI cut through the building foundations using Ground Penetrating Radar data to establish underground power and utility conduit locations. CTSI installed extensive supporting footings with seismically engineered structural steel supports to obtain PC-1 performance criteria. An interior suspended steel and concrete mezzanine was constructed and the facility was completed based on operational and security requirements.
TA-18 Demolition Project
The demolition was performed in a high profile, high secured Nuclear Weapons Research area of Los Alamos. There was over 10,000 cubic yards of concrete in the 5 buildings and basements that were demolished. Asbestos abatement involved removal of piping in confined spaces, removal of hazardous waste and shipment to a DOE site in Idaho. All the concrete was crushed and placed back in the areas where the existing buildings were removed. Heavy equipment was utilized for the major portion of the demolition. CTSI achieved a 98% of building mass recycle rate. The project was completed five weeks ahead of schedule with zero safety incidents.
TA-54 Demolition Project
CTSI provided the asbestos abatement, removal of universal wastes, and demolition and disposal of portable buildings and sheds that were acquired by the labs in the mid-1980s through the late 1990s. Over 350 tons of concrete was removed. The usable buildings were transported to other sites within the labs. The project was located within a high traffic operational area which required a very high level of safety. The overall success of the project was due to the close collaboration of CTSI and the LANS team. The project was successfully completed on time and with zero injuries.
Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), Distinct Kestrel Construction Services
Project consisted of the construction of a modular reusable facility to test the response of traditional structural diaphragms. Work included the excavation and compaction for the foundation. The foundation anchors 4 custom manufactured 26’ steel columns that weighed 287 pounds per foot with each beam weighing almost 5 tons. The vertical columns were manufactured to hold 12 horizontal 22’ beams. The 4 horizontal anchor beams are cast in 3’-6” of 5000psi concrete. The other 8 beams are elevated above the foundation at 11’-8” and 23’-8”. Once the foundation has reached its cure strength of 5000psi, the foundation was backfilled in preparation for blast testing.
Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), Half-Scale Structure Construction
This project was a firm fixed project valued at $321,827. Work consisted of the construction of a blast test facility comprised of structural steel, 175 cubic yards of 5,000 psi concrete, and over 28 tons of rebar. The structure was a concrete box with a 3’-6” thick foundation, 3’-10” thick walls and a 3’ thick deck with gauge ports, steel doorways and steel camera ports. There were unique steel structural members that had to be manufactured and installed within a ¼” tolerance. Excavation of the substructure was performed followed by the installation of the rebar and structural steel. Concrete was placed in the forms for the foundation and the forming of the superstructure ensued. The quality of the form work was crucial for the 3’ to 3’-10” thick walls and deck. Careful consideration was taken for all the test ports and entry ways that were installed into the structure. The walls and deck were successfully placed without any deflection of formwork. Project was completed on schedule and in budget.
Department of Energy – Sandia National Laboratory – 12th Street Reconstruction
Project was located at Sandia National Labs Technical Area I between G & H St. located on the Kirtland Air Force Base. The scope of this project was to remove the existing concrete, asphalt and subgrade of Twelfth Street; then reconstruct a new roadway with a new base, concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk and landscape.
The project included the removal of existing asphalt pavement, demolition of concrete curb and gutter, concrete drive pads, and concrete sidewalk. The existing subgrade of the road was removed and new base course was imported and compacted for a firm base for the new asphalt. There was a small section of storm drain pipe that was to be installed in connecting to a storm drain inlet that was also adjusted. The asphalt was milled out to be recycled at an offsite location. The paving included over 1,000 tons of asphalt. Once completed the existing utility manhole lids and valves needed to be adjusted to match the new roadway grade. The area was upgraded with new landscape that was installed with a new drip system for the low water usage plants and trees.
Traffic control, asphalt removal, subgrade preparation, base course, new drainage utilities, asphalt paving, concrete curb and gutter, concrete sidewalk, and landscape.
Department of Energy – Sandia National Laboratory – P Avenue Reconstruction
This project was constructed in and around Sandia National Labs (SNL) Technical Area II and was the reconstruction of “P” Avenue between 9th Street and Hardin Blvd. located on the Kirtland Air Force Base (KAFB). The project included the removal of degrading elements and the re-construction of P Avenue roadway, curb and gutter, drainage improvements, and walkways as well as signing and striping. The project also included street lighting and landscaping was integrated as part of the reconstructed roadway as additive alternates for the project.
The demolition work included the removal of existing asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter, concrete drive pads, concrete sidewalk, asphalt sidewalk, concrete valley gutter, two storm drain inlets, traffic signs and posts, chain link fencing and gates, guard posts and concrete parking bumpers.
The construction included asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter, concrete sidewalk, concrete valley gutter, concrete drive pads, landscape gravel and cobble, landscape irrigation systems, trees, shrubs, and painted pavement markings, traffic control signs, guard posts and chain link fences and gates. And the construction of two storm drain inlets. There were modifications of various utility system valve boxes and various utility system manhole covers.
The project was designed to be constructed in of four phases and CTSI made modifications to these suggested traffic control plans to expedite the completion of the project. Access to existing buildings/facilities along P Avenue remained open at all times during the demolition and construction.
Department of Energy – Coronado Club Demolition
The demolition of the Coronado Club building on Kirtland Air Force Base consisted of a 17,500 square foot main floor with a 10,900 square foot basement. This building included administrative offices, bathrooms, kitchen, wet bar, meeting rooms, locker rooms, dining areas, and mechanical rooms. It was constructed in the late 40’s therefore creating an environmental hazard to today’s construction standards.
The hazards associated with the demolition of the Coronado Club included facility demolition, asbestos, lead based paint, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA metals (including lead seals, lead based paint, and mercury from switches) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). CTSI contained and disposed of all hazardous materials according to applicable federal, state and County/City regulations.
Once clear of hazardous materials, the building substructure was demolished using heavy equipment and the rubble was hauled to the KAFB dump in dump trucks. The excavation for the removal of the building basement required 6,000 tons of soil to fill the void and was placed and compacted to maintain the existing contour of the area. All existing utilities were safely removed and capped outside the footprint of the building.
The site also included the demolition of another 3,280 square foot building and various out building and sheds. The two acre asphalt parking lot was removed and the area was graded for drainage. There were three areas of curb and gutter that had to be replaced as part of this project; this was due to the removal of the fore mentioned parking lot.
Once the site was cleaned and graded the area was seeded to promote future growth. Project was completed one month ahead of schedule with no safety incidents.
Department of Energy – National Training Center IDIQ
Building 30130 Room 112 Renovation Task Order #1
This was a conversion of an existing open space area into a multi-functional lecture hall. The major component of this task was the installation a wall-attached motorized telescopic seating system that accommodates 118 seats. To make this space meet current standards and codes we cut an opening through a CMU wall to create an egress pathway. There was removal of existing carpet and new carpet was installed. The walls received any necessary touch up and new paint was applied.
Building 30120 Task Order #2
This task was the renovation of Building 30120 at the KAFB, DOE National Training Center. The building was originally constructed in the early 1950s and has a total of 4267 square feet. The building consisted of a large classroom, two student breakout rooms, a student lounge area, an office, and storage space for training materials. Work on the building had been performed prior to our renovation and several infrastructure items had been abandoned in place. Modernization of all building infrastructure was necessary to accommodate current training methodologies that rely heavily on technology. The exterior renovations included the paving of the parking lot and concrete work. New sidewalk and handicap ramps were placed along with the new alignment of the paved parking lot. The Government supplied the technical specifications and the drawings for the complete remodel.
Building 30130 Repair and Renovation Task Order #4
Early in 2011 there was a cold wave that struck New Mexico creating a natural gas shortage. Due to this shortage the gas was turned off to certain facilities at the NTC Campus. One of the facilities was Building 30130. The lack of heat in this building caused water lines to burst in the building. The damage caused by the water made the building unsafe to occupy. We repaired the damaged caused by the water and made minor renovations to the building. The designs for these renovations were done in house. We upgraded an existing classroom area with Cat 6 wiring and installed a low profile raised floor. The existing lighting was upgraded to be more efficient using a T-8 lighting bulb and ballast. On the exterior of the building we did work removing doors and installed metal bars in the duct work per the security requirements.
Construction of LFRMF and Live Fire Shoot House Task Order #7
This project was a design/build project for a new Multifunctional Facility (MFF) and Live Fire Shoot House (LFR). The site was spread out over more than 3 acres at the Live Fire Range in Coyote Canyon, KAFB. The Multifunctional Facility is a 5,000 square foot building that has five offices, two restrooms, a large warehouse, and a classroom. There is a paved parking lot and a new limited access gate was installed for the Range. The project included a 6,000 gallon water storage tank and a highly efficient septic system. Considerations for sustainability played a major role in the design. The Live Fire Shoot House ballistic steel wall system was provided by Savage Range Systems and installed by CTSI. There is an 80’ by 100’ steel canopy that covers the shoot house. The canopy and the MFF building were installed by CTSI. CTSI self-performed the site preparation and placed the structural foundation concrete. Site utilities were installed by two of our preferred subcontractors. The project quality control was performed by CTSI and the DOE also had a project management team on staff.
Building 30133 Renovations Task Order #8
This project was a design/build for the renovation with the upgrade to the existing HVAC and electrical. There was a total renovation of 3,960 square feet of the building and a cosmetic upgrade to the remaining 2,911 square feet. The total renovation included a new configuration of the existing office space to increase the occupancy of the building. We upgraded the current electrical to include the new spaces and installed an energy efficient natural gas powered backup generator. There was a new server room built which required a standalone cooling system plus a humidifier/dehumidifier. The cosmetic upgrade was painting of all the walls that were not included in the major renovation and installation of new carpeting in the same areas. All the lighting in the building was upgraded to a T-8 ballast and bulb to be more energy efficient. The building was occupied during the construction of the project so careful scheduling was necessary for the relocation of the current occupants without any major disruptions.
Department of Energy – Re-roofing of National Training Center Roofs
Project scope required the removal of the old built-up roofs and the installation of rigid insulation with a single membrane TPO system on 43,000 sq/ft of roofing area. The six separate buildings house the personnel for the Department of Energy’s National Training Center campus in Albuquerque, NM. The roofing work enhanced the buildings’ overall energy efficiency and incorporated added features such as OSHA approved roof access ladder systems to bring the buildings into safety and energy compliance. Several cost engineering proposals were generated by CTSI in collaboration with the customer to bring added value to the government. The projects were completed on time and within budget without impacting the on-going facility operations.
NRGROC Install Mezzanine in Existing Building N5
The project was on Kirtland Air Force Base, at the Nuclear Response Group Readiness Operation Center (NRGROC). This was a project completed for the NNSA/DOE. The facility is a preparation area for the quick deployment of supplies and personnel in the event of a nuclear emergency. The project included the design, fabrication and installation of a free standing steel heavy duty mezzanine frame with a reinforced concrete floor. CTSI also installed a material lift and electric forklift charging stations on both levels. The cooling and heating was upgraded from a high water usage evaporative cooling system to an efficient refrigerated air system. The electrical, lighting, and fire suppression systems were upgraded from substandard conditions to meet current building codes. An epoxy finish was installed for the exposed concrete on the first floor to match existing finish. The project was completed on schedule, within budget and with zero safety incidents.
Office of Secure Transportation – Extension of Parking Apron
The project consisted of design and installation of 10,000 sq. ft. of concrete parking apron for the Office of Secure Transportation in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The project involved over excavation of over 550 CY of existing material. 450 tons of crushed lime stone was placed and compacted according to Tennessee DOT specifications. CTSI crews completed the concrete pour in 15 hours with the help of a 3D laser screed that was brought in from Atlanta Georgia. It helped to expedite efforts and ensure quality as well as consistency during the endeavor.
The project was completed ahead of schedule and under budget.
USACE Upgrade Data Center
Short Project Description:
The 8,000 SF project consisted of creating a data room with state of the art equipment and cooling and electrical systems to support the data processing operations. Adjacent to the data room, new office space was constructed to provide additional work space for the data center personnel. A backup generator for the building was also removed and a new energy efficient one was installed.
Detailed Contract Description:
The building houses the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) command and administrative functions, including DTRA’s primary data center. These areas accommodate highly secure computer network equipment and data processing operations for DTRA. The project requires phasing of the construction to ensure the critical data systems maintained operation throughout the construction process.
The renovation work included a new 6” metal stud, sheet rock one hour fire rated wall to separate the new data cabinet area from the new office space; new electrical upgrades; new HVAC CRAC units for data cabinet cooling; HVAC RTUs for office space; new raised metal access flooring system; new acoustical ceiling system and lighting; Fire protection system; new DDC controls and facility energy management system; Cable tray for fiber and Category 6A cable distribution; Ultra-sensitive fire detection equipment; Security door controls and intrusion detection; New data center cabinets, inter-rack fiber, Category 6 and Category 6A cables.
The existing computer room was designed for larger freestanding computer equipment that is no longer in use. This project increased the size of the computer room to accommodate new computer racks. Also included adjacent to the new computer room is new open office area for the DTRA data center personnel.
The client requested that a backup generator be removed and disposed of and a new more energy efficient emergency generator be installed. CTSI removed the generator and provided the site work for a concrete slab and enclosure to be installed. The new 1250KW generator was installed on the slab and remaining site work was accomplished.
Type of work performed on site: Earthwork, concrete, masonry, demolition, metal framing, painting, electrical, HVAC, fire protection
Contract Modifications: 8 change orders
All were requested by the client or were unforeseen conditions
Challenges: The building was a highly secure classified facility. This required escorts and high level clearances for all construction personnel. The existing computer racks had to be kept functioning during demolition and construction. CTSI constructed positive pressure bubbles over the computer racks to provide cooling and to protect the hardware from damage from dust and debris. Phasing of the removal of the old CRAC units and installation of the new CRAC units was critical to maintain cooling temperatures for the computer equipment.
The client requested that a backup generator be removed and a new CAT generator be installed. A new generator pad with underground power feeds to the building switchgear was constructed. The new CAT generator was lifted over the high security fence and beneath overhead high tension power lines and placed on the new concrete pad.
Major Subcontractors: Wilson Electrical Inc. – The subcontractor is responsible for the electrical demolition and new installation.
Hannah Plumbing and Heating – This subcontractor will perform the mechanical demolition and provide and install the new heating and cooling systems.
Enterprise Electrical Services – The subcontractor is responsible for the new communication installation and installation and wiring of all low voltage.
Western States Fire Protection – This subcontractor will adjust and upgrade the existing fire suppression system per the renovation.
CTSI self-performed: CTSI self-performed the quality control, site safety, project management, earthwork, excavation, concrete, asphalt patching, masonry, selective demolition, metal framing, gypboard hanging, finishing, and painting.
US AFSOC Projects
US Air Force Special Operations Command, Armory Expansion
The ADAL SFS Armory is located within the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) headquarters at Cannon Air Force Base (CAFB) New Mexico. The Armory is the repository for large and small caliber weapons, ammunition, explosives, and other defensive systems utilized for twenty-four-seven base-wide security operations. The expansion of the armory required the demolition of a solid concrete and steel armory vault wall and foundations of an adjoining interior room; construction of a blast-proof concrete and steel re-enforced addition to the vault with a solid concrete and steel vault lid. The challenges presented with the project involved the construction of an interior personnel tunnel to allow access to the existing weapons and ammunition vault while construction activities continued within the existing structure. A special non-static containment wall was constructed to protect the explosives, weapons, and ammunition from sparks and debris while the existing vault wall was cut with vertical concrete saws and a block and tackle system used for removing sections of the old vault wall. Existing HVAC and fire protection systems were re-routed to mitigate airborne particulates and to minimize the impact to Security Headquarters personnel. The project was completed ahead of schedule and within budget with zero safety incidents. CTSI was commended by the Base Commander for the quality of work performed, minimal impact to security operations, and safety.
US Air Force Special Operations Command, Construct Distinguished Visitors Duplex Suite Building
Scope of work included the construction of a 3500 sq/ft duplex facility to house distinguished visitors and staff at the Air Force Special Operations Command center at Cannon AFB, NM. The building was a steel framed single story stucco and brick facility incorporating the latest Air Force Exterior and Interior design requirements. Features included solid granite finishes, flat screen television systems, water purification units, centralized heating and cooling, secured NIPERNET and CIPERNET telecom rooms, and ATFP standoff distances. The duplex facility is meant to house support staff of the Air Force Command as well as visiting government officials. The duplex was constructed simultaneously with the DV Single Building to minimize mobilization and management staff. CTSI worked closely with the CAFB Contracting and Civil Engineering to incorporate changes and final plan resolution using a design/build methodology as the project progressed. Value engineering changes were incorporated into the changes to stay within the budget constraints while increasing value to the government. The project was completed on-time and on budget without any safety incidents.
US Air Force Special Operations Command, Construct Distinguished Visitors Single Suite Building
Scope of work included the construction of a 2600 sq/ft facility to house distinguished visitors at the Air Force Special Operations Command center at Cannon AFB, NM. The building was a steel framed single story stucco and brick facility incorporating the latest Air Force Exterior and Interior design requirements. Features included solid granite finishes, flat screen television systems, water purification units, centralized heating and cooling, secured NIPERNET and CIPERNET telecom rooms, and ATFP standoff distances. CTSI worked closely with the CAFB Contracting and Civil Engineering to incorporate changes and final plan resolution using a design/build methodology as the project progressed. Value engineering changes were incorporated into the changes to stay within the budget constraints while increasing value to the government. The project was completed on-time and on budget without any safety incidents.
USACE Upgrade Data Center Building 20676
Currently the building houses the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) command and administrative functions, including DTRA’s primary data center. These areas accommodate highly secure computer equipment and data processing operations for DTRA. The project requires phasing of the construction to ensure the required data systems maintain operation throughout the construction process.
The existing computer room was designed for larger freestanding computer equipment that is no longer in use. This project increased the size of the computer room to accommodate new computer racks. Also included adjacent to the new computer room is new open office area for the DTRA data center personnel.
The renovation work includes a new fire rated wall to separate the new data cabinet area from the new office space; new electrical upgrades; new A/C CRAC units for data cabinet cooling; A/C RTUs for office space; new raised access flooring system; new acoustical ceiling system and lighting; Fire protection system; new DDC controls and facility energy management system; Cable tray for fiber and Category 6A cable distribution; Ultra-sensitive fire detection equipment; Security door controls and intrusion detection; New data center cabinets, inter-rack fiber, Category 6 and Category 6A cables.
USACE Ysleta Border Patrol Station Expansion
This project was a design/build project for the addition onto the Ysleta Border Patrol Station. Scope of work included new construction of two separate buildings totaling 4,550 SF and some minor remodel of two areas in the existing building. The project had no as built drawings which led to much more field verification than typical, as well as the relocation of underground utilities that were not marked. One of the buildings was a slab on grade and the other had a bar joist floor deck. The project accommodated a new fitness room, men’s’ locker room & administration area. CTSI did all of the site preparation, concrete placement and set the structural steel. The project quality control was performed by CTSI and USACE also had a QA assigned to the job. The project was completed on schedule and within budget.
USACE Ysleta Station Renovation and Upgrades
The scope of work for phase I included the renovation of an existing 4000 sq/ft concrete tilt wall building formerly used as an auto shop into a state of the art training facility for the U.S. Border Patrol. New electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and lighting was incorporated into the project. The space was divided into computer training areas, staff office areas, a break area, and a physical/self-defense training room. Phase II was the extension of a 750’ OIT secured telecommunications conduit line from a buried manhole on an adjacent U.S. Border Patrol facility utilizing a CTSI designed bridge to span a concrete drainage canal to reach the facility. Phase III involved the demolition of a 200’ stone and concrete barrier wall, the construction of a new wall extending the property boundary, installation of automatic gates and security fencing, and the construction of a radial concrete vehicle bridge spanning a drainage canal that linked the two facilities together. CTSI generated all of the designs in-house and worked closely with the USACE and the customer to ensure compliance with USACE specifications and budget constraints. All three phases were completed on-time, in budget, and without any safety incidents.
USACE Southwest Valley Flood Reduction Project: Extension/Spillway Diversion
Work consisted of the construction of approximately 3,000 feet of flood flow channel from the Los Padillas Drain to the Rio Grande. Work included earth lined channels, concrete lined channels, articulated block channels, three opening concrete box culvert crossings at the Rio Grande Levee, and reinforced concrete pipe siphons with concrete headwalls and grouted riprap at inlet and outlet ends routed beneath existing major irrigation crossings. The project also included the export of 350,000 cu/yds of earth, clearing of an environmentally sensitive area of the Bosque, and working with multiple government entities. Project was completed on schedule and within budget.
USACE Ysleta Station Vehicle Maintenance Facility
The vehicle maintenance facility is a secured building which supports the DHS U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, El Paso Texas sector. Scope of work included the export of native soils and import of 2400 cu/yards of engineered bill, installation of 4, 350 ln/ft underground utility lines, installation of 30 tons of steel rebar, 300 cu/yards of 4000 psi concrete on a “super flat” laser screed 6” slab. Also installed was a complete thermically welded grounding loop. The heavy duty concrete slab is engineered to take very heavy loading with multiple vehicle lifts and to accommodate a fueling storage area adjacent to the building. A steel and concrete mezzanine for heavy storage was also installed in the engineered steel structure. The project was on-time, within budget, with no safety incidents.
National Training Center IDIQ
For Building 30120, a 4,267-square-foot structure originally constructed in the early 1950s, CTSI modernized all building infrastructure. Work on the building had been performed prior to CTSI’s renovation and several infrastructure items had been abandoned in place. The exterior renovations included the paving of the parking lot and concrete work. CTSI placed new sidewalk and handicap ramps.
Building 30130 had suffered water damage from burst water lines during a 2011 cold wave. CTSI repaired the damaged caused by the water and made minor renovations to the building. CTSI performed the designs for these renovations in house.
CTSI upgraded an existing classroom area with Cat 6 wiring and installed a low profile raised floor. Workers upgraded the existing lighting to be more efficient using a T-8 lighting bulb and ballast. CTSI removed exterior doors and installed metal bars in the duct work per the security requirements.
The roofing work enhanced the buildings’ overall energy efficiency and incorporated added features such as OSHA-approved roof access ladder systems to bring the buildings into safety and energy compliance. The projects were completed on time and within budget without impacting the on-going facility operations.
This project was conducted in the vicinity of ongoing facility operations. CTSI project management implemented experienced scheduling techniques to successfully relocate occupants during construction activities without any major disruptions.
Excellent Subcontractor Relationships
Studio SW’s provided the architectural design, construction documentation, construction administration, and consultant coordination. Coupland-Moran Engineers, Inc. (CME) provided mechanical and electrical Engineering
This project was completed on time, within budget with zero OSHA safety incidents and no damage to client property.