This project provided demolition and site rehabilitation services for the Sheridan VAMC, Sheridan, WY. Since these buildings were listed on the Wyoming State Historic Registry, all building restoration was performed in order to comply with bringing the appearance and structure back to their original appearance and grandeur.Work included demolition, removal, and disposal of the existing front porch, railings, balusters, and columns; all porch ceilings, trusses, and standing metal roofing, all gutters, downspouts and existing stairs back to the brick structure, and installation of a new porch structures built to match the historic appearance of the former original porch structure to include new columns, trusses, handrails, balusters, newels, decking, ceilings, new roofing elements (flashing, sheathing, sealants, underlayment, standing seam metal roof, fascia, gutters, downspouts, and all appurtenances) and all stair component as detailed in the plans and specifications. All new wood elements shall be primed and painted to match the existing undisturbed building. Tuck-pointing shall be performed on the buildings as necessary and as detailed in the plans and specifications. Additional work included repair and replacement of the roof on Garage Building 62.
This project renovated all floors of Building 1 at the Sheridan VAMC in Sheridan, WY. These renovations allowed for the interior of the building to be used as modern office space to host a variety of uses, two call centers and the facility telephone operators. Additionally, it provided exterior egress improvements for both fire and ADA. A backup generator for the building was also installed.
This project performed critical maintenance on several areas within Building 1 to facilitate continued use as a call center. Work included updating office space, to include upgraded electrical and data systems. additional work involved install of new HVAC systems to replace inefficient window units, replacement of the current break room and restroom repairs and updates to bring them into full compliance with ADA standards
This project involved the removal of an existing cart washer with the installation of an updated version. Existing walls, doors, frames, and flooring were removed and rebuilt. Additionally, a Reverse Osmosis water line was installed along with a pass-through window.
This project addressed issues with domestic hot water delivery temperatures, dead leg removal, and ferrous piping to mitigate Legionella concerns. Additionally, high-flow fixtures were replaced with low-flow fixtures.
This project extended the generator exhaust stack 20 feet in Building 71N at the Sheridan VAMC Sheridan, WY in order to reduce the likelihood of exhaust entering the building. The exhaust pipe extension consisted of a 12” stainless steel positive pressure Metal- Fab pipe, and was braced by attaching two painted 2” x ¼” steel angle iron braces to the existing parapet wall. While work was being performed, a 400 KW, 480 volt, three phase generator, required cabling, and connection to the existing system was provided by GCH.
This project performs critical maintenance on several areas within Building 1 to facilitate continued use as a call center. Work included updating office space, to include upgraded electrical and data systems, installing new HVAC systems to replace inefficient window units. Additionally, replacement of the current break room and restroom repairs and updates to bring them into full compliance with ADA standards was performed.