WPC is modernizing and renovating Dormitory and Visitors’ Quarters facilities on Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The work is being performed under 3 task orders issued through a Fairchild/McChord Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC).
Visitors Quarters, Bldgs.1147 and 1148: This design/build task order consists of the renovation of a three-story concrete reinforced/CMU dormitory building into Visitors Quarters. The scope includes the conversion of existing 1-room living quarters with adjacent shared bathroom into 3- room living quarter suites consisting of a living room, bedroom, and private bathroom. This is taking place on the 1st and 2nd floors. On the third floor of these buildings, existing single rooms are keeping their current configurations and are receiving minor repairs and upgrades to finishes.
Dormitory Bldgs. 1151 and 1152: These are two separate design/build task orders that include identical renovations. Both buildings are three-story concrete reinforced/CMU dormitory buildings. Scope of both task orders includes interior modernization and rehabilitation of single-occupant dormitory rooms including fire suppression upgrades, upgrade of finishes, exhaust ventilation, plumbing fixtures and accessories, cabinetry and vanities, and electrical and lighting fixtures.
WPC Completes an Addition & Remodel at Lacey City Hall
WPC completed the Lacey City Hall Addition and Remodel project in December of 2009. The 21-month long contract included construction of a 24,000 sf three-story, steel framed City Hall building with a full basement. An intricate part of the addition included connection to the existing facility. WPC also remodeled 46,000 sf of the existing City Hall building. The facility remained fully operational throughout construction, and WPC crews were able to keep the driveways and entrances serving the premises clear and available to the Owner and their employees at all times.
Satisfied Customers has been and remains a “Best in Class” goal of WPC. We established this goal at the onset of the project with members of all parties, including Owner, Architect, Engineer, and subcontractor personnel. With all the challenges faced on this project plus the added work load from a 17% growth in contract value, WPC was still able to complete the project on time and earn the highest praise from City personnel.