Guardian did a temporary shutdown to move existing panels and put up new panels and a new dry-type transformer. We installed new comm rooms with a backbone network going to the existing building comm rooms and added other electrical to HVAC, lights, and cubicles.
The purpose of this project, Hill AFB Repair Second Floor for Structural Loading Bldg. 238, was to repair by replacement a mezzanine that experienced structural failure due to being overloaded. The mezzanine sits in the center of a large production building and serves as a security wall separating the south half of the building into secure and non-secure sides. Prior to demolition we constructed a security wall on the west side of the project and a dust burrier on the east side of the project to enclose our area. The dust barrier was 47 feet tall and nearly 200 feet long. Existing roof top air handlers were reversed and used to create a negative pressure area in the project site to minimize fumes and dust in the areas that were continually occupied by the government.
The new mezzanine was constructed with a structural steel frame situated on new footings. The new space included secure offices and conference rooms surrounded with STC-50 walls, general office space, new communications rooms, break room, and Vindicator card access system. This project required extensive coordination with the building users both on the secure and non-secure sides of the building to complete this project while the government still completed its missions.