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Fort Dix - Building 5645 - Gutting And Rehabilitation
Fort Dix, New Jersey


Scope of Work:
  • Asbestos and lead paint abatement
  • Selective demolition
  • Complete mechanical, electrical, and plumbing upgrades
  • New stand-alone HVAC system
  • Installation of new passenger elevator
  • Construction of wallboard partitions
  • New fire detection and suppression system
  • New doors, hung ceilings, lighting, bathrooms, and finishes

Owner Contact:
Department of the Army - Maureen Coughlin

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Job Description:

Scope of work consisted of the complete gutting and rehabilitation of Building 5645, a three story “red brick” concrete barrack style building of approximately 40,560 square feet. The work included asbestos abatement and lead paint management plus the demolition of interior masonry partitions, suspended ceilings, all architectural finishes, and all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing work. The new work included the construction of new gypsum wallboard partitions, new doors, hung ceilings, lighting, bathrooms, finishes, etc., as well as a complete upgrade of all mechanical systems, including plumbing, and electrical and a new stand-alone HVAC system. The work also included a new fire detection and suppression system throughout all floors and attic, plus the installation of a new passenger elevator. The existing exterior windows and doors were also removed and replaced with new doors and windows.

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