FY11 MCA PN 67258, WBR Brigade Complex PH7A, Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC), Oahu, Hawaii
- Client: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- Contract Amount: $15,997,000
The project is located at Tripler Army Medical Center and involves work on Building 104, an existing barracks or Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing (UEPH) facility that houses single soldiers. With a maximum gross area of 53,436 square feet, the completed facility will house 146 unaccompanied personnel. Part of the Whole Barracks Renewal Program in Hawaii, the intent of the project is to perform all design and construction necessary to renovate/upgrade the facility and surrounding area to meet current Army barracks standards. Being a historical building, historic preservation work will also be required, as well as meeting LEED Silver certification criteria. Project includes living / sleeping rooms, baths, walk-in closets, service areas, manager’s office, mailroom, laundry rooms, kitchen, vending area, janitor’s closet, mechanical rooms, electrical rooms, telecommunication rooms, and storage.
A central mechanical plant and fire pump house will also be constructed. The implementation of Anti-terrorism Force Protection measures are required for all buildings in this project and the minimum standards will be provided. Structural upgrade of the building and the installation of laminated glass for all exterior windows and glazed doors are required because of the stand-off distance from roads and parking is approximately 33-feet. Supporting facilities include relocation of utility lines, storm drainage, and permanent relocation of telephone/LAN/Oceanic Cables. Asbestos abatement and Historical Preservation are required for this renovation.