USACE Mike O’Callaghan Federal Hospital Repair and Maintenance

USACE Mike O’Callaghan Federal Hospital Repair and Maintenance

Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada

Since the construction site for this project was an active hospital, E-Corp had to work closely with medical staff to ensure Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) Patient Protection Policies were closely followed. This project was expected to take more than six months to complete; E-Corp completed the project within six weeks, more than 120 days ahead of schedule.

This project consisted of 232,000 square feet of interior and exterior maintenance and repair work to the hospital. The E-Corp team repaired and maintained electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and miscellaneous items, such as base, carpeting, tile, and window treatments. We also painted all interior walls and repaired and maintained/landscaped areas to include grass removal/replant and xeriscaping for plants. The scope of work for this project included the following:

  • Removal and replacement of 8,900 LF of cover base
  • Removal and reinstallation of protective wall guard throughout the hospital
  • Painting of 150,000 SF of public use areas
  • Removal of 10 15x15x5” concrete housing pads for the ADA octagon tables and installation of 5 15x15x5” new concrete pads
  • Removal of more than 67,000 SF of existing grass and a total of 92 trees
  • Installation of trees, more than 16,000 SF of sod, and drip irrigation
  • Installation of 1,138 tons of 2-6” river rock and 37 tons of ¾” red granite decorative rock

E-Corp completed all interior work during evening hours to avoid disrupting hospital functions. This permitted us to complete the project without disrupting hospital staff and function, and it increased our productivity in the workspace since we were free of any obstructions, allowing us to complete the project significantly ahead of schedule.