VA Roseburg Hospital D111 Renovation

Location:
Roseburg, OR

Client:
Department of Veterans Affairs

Contract Value:
$54,526

Project Highlights
  • Remodel activities at operational hospital facility
  • Infection control plan
  • Working variety of work hours to accommodate environment
  • Subcontractor management
Project Scope

AEC was awarded this project as part of a Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Under this project (653-15-105), AEC provided all labor, materials, equipment, subcontractor supervision, coordination, management, and support items for the remodel of building D111-1 for the Roseburg VA Hospital. The scope included the installation of drop ceilings and associated ceiling tile. Crews were required to determine the proper height based on the clearances from HVAC / ductwork and the adjacent electrical junction boxes, as well perform drywall tape, finish and painting. Crews installed new flooring with base boards, and performed the relocation of fire sprinklers to the new ceiling tiles, as well as the installation of new fire sprinklers in order to ensure compliance wi th the code. We addressed the new fire alarm system, including smoke alarms, fire alarms, and strobes. Finally, we procured and installed new overhead lighting.

AEC was awarded this task order as part of a larger SATOC contract for the Department of Veterans Affairs in Roseburg, OR. This particular task order included renovation activities such as construction, demolition, electrical and mechanical alterations. The scope called for the installation of new flooring with rubber base, interior painting, installation of a new ACT system, and lighting upgrades. Additionally, AEC was tasked to manage the lowering of all utilities down to the new ACT system and the installation of an occupancy sensor and dimmer switch for the lighting. Crews replaced the existing return and exhaust grills with new ones as well.

The project was performed substantially by a subcontractor with whom AEC has a longstanding relationship, and delicate management technicques and high levels or coordination were required between AEC, our subcontractors, and the VA staff, as this project took place in an active, operational facility.