US Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Task Order: AHU Baptist Health Care Enclosure Project
About this Project
There were many complexities and challenges in the execution of this contract. The enclosure was constructed on top of an existing structure which required lifting all materials, manpower and equipment to a working platform 30 feet above grade. The structure, a skeleton consisting of “Cold Rolled Steel” framing members anchored to the existing metal deck, was constructed using “Tyvek,” pre-finished metal siding, and a rubber membrane roofing system. AACON connected the electrical from an existing emergency generator room four hundred linear feet from the enclosure, and also installed a “Step-Down” transformer to power the maintenance receptacles, lighting and fan units. Four Hunter Filtration Fan Units and five low-leakage dampers were installed, and fully integrated into the existing emergency system using a “Programmable Logic Controller.” Though this project was met with its many challenges, AACON’s experience and leadership prevailed, meeting and exceeding our client’s expectations.
Set Aside: Competitive Task Order, SDVOSB MATOC