This project required a complete shutdown of the data center which serves all of the city’s data needs and required coordination with multiple agencies and included installation of a 1250 KW emergency generator and uninterrupted power source (UPS), new service entry section, power distribution units (PDU), and coordinating new electrical service from APS.
Working during off hours to accommodate the library schedule, this 10,000 SF project consisted of demolition of the floor for installation of under-floor electrical boxes, modifications to walls and columns and included: millwork, service desk, new flooring, lighting, paint and signage.
This new 17,100 SF administration and warehouse building was constructed of insulated concrete forms includes offices, locker rooms, conference and break room. The building contains a dispatch call center for coordinating water resource response. The structure consists of structural steel frames combined with insulated concrete forms as exterior and shear walls and engineered wood trusses for roof framing.
Re-purposing 17, 866 SF of existing space on the first floor of the historic Chambers Building has created a permanent “swing space” for relocation of County employees during construction of other facilities. The project included demolition, installation of 158 workstations, new restrooms and break room ADA upgrades, mechanical, electrical and fire protection upgrades and replacements.
Constructed of a combination of exposed concrete block masonry and ICF block, this 11,000 SF, 3-bay features; integral color stucco, stone veneer, with a concrete tile and built-up roof. The LEED Platinum Certified fire station incorporates separate turnout locker area, medical storage, exercise room, 7 individual sleeping quarters, administrative offices, communication room, dayroom, state of the art commercial kitchen, dining room and a large community room.
This 11,000 SF, 3-bay, LEED Platinum Certified fire station is constructed of a combination of exposed concrete block masonry and ICF block with integral color stucco, stone veneer, and a standing seam metal roof. It features 7 individual sleeping quarters, incorporates separate turnout locker area, medical storage, exercise room administrative offices, communication room, dayroom, state of the art commercial kitchen, dining room and a large community room.
As one of Phoenix’s premier event venues, the Convention Center continued to host events while undergoing complete demolition and renovation of approximately 180,000 SF. Work was completed over a period of 2 years in the North meeting hall, corridors, South meeting hall, ballroom pre-function, ballroom & North entry. Many custom and high-end specialty items such as wood veneers, decorative paint and custom coatings, “supergraphics” were installed. Additional work included the renovation of 12 restrooms, 4 food concessions and a building security/access control system was added to the facility.