Replace Steam Risers, Hot Springs VAMC, SD

This project was performed to replace the steam and condensate piping from the basement of the hospital to all the radiant heaters throughout the different floors.  The work included asbestos abatement, demolition of existing piping, new steam piping, insulation, wall patch, and paint. 


Replacement Denver VA - Project Eagle - Aurora, CO

GCH partnered with RK Mechanical for the plumbing and mechanical package on four buildings on the new Denver VA Campus.  GCH completed self-work for plumbing on the Energy Plant and three parking structures.  Our scope included domestic water, natural gas, sanitary waste and vent, storm sewer, solar heating piping & building perimeter drain.

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Primary Voltage Upgrade Phase 1 - Ft. Meade, SD

The project consisted of replacing transformers station wide, trenching in new underground feeders, replacing  the capacitor bank and upgrading the switchgear to upgrade the campus from 4,160 volts to 12, 470 volts.  Outages included the campus running on temporary generated power at times for the work to be completed.


Exterior Roofs and Repairs - Ft Meade, SD

Exterior Roofs and Repairs - Ft Meade, SD - The project consisted of the removal/replacement of many asphalt shingle roofs, the removal/replacement of the membrane roof on building 113, the standing seam metal porch roofs on many out buildings, painting of trims on many of the out buildings, and new metal gutters and downspouts on many residences.  Also included in the project was the replacement of 175 clad windows in the Engineering Buildings and 75 aluminum framed windows in the main hospital - building 113, including patient rooms, rebuilding of wood soffits, trex decks, and lining gutters with 60mil membrane.


Supervisor’s Office HVAC Upgrade – Glenwood Springs, Colorado

USDA Forest Service, White River National Forest
This project was to replace and upgrade the mechanical systems and incorporate energy efficient processes at the 100 year old historical building of the Supervisor’s Office for the Forest Service, White River District in downtown Glenwood Springs, Colorado. It involved replacing the entire HVAC system with a new hydronic system, RTUs and associated ductwork upgrades, a complete new 90 mil EPDM roof with flashing and a 5760 watt photovoltaic system. Other exterior work included tuck-pointing, acid wash and mortar/brick repair of the historic brick building. Other interior work required asbestos abatement, wall and ceiling repair with completely new paint and a new upgraded fire alarm system.