Lead Paint Removal Projects
Work is underway on two projects in Central Texas under the direction of Mike Daniel.
First is a seven-figure project where ARC is abating the lead and asbestos of the interior of a World War II-era airplane hangar. The hanger is being renovated to match current industry standards to retrofit the space and make it viable for one of the largest Waco private employers, L3.
Second is a high six-figure project combining interior demolition, asbestos abatement and lead paint removal as part of the renovation of Building 9 at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System (CTVHSC). Building 9 is a three-story, 47,652 gross square foot historic 1930’s era structure that is being converted into a Community Living Center.
According to the solicitation on the FedBizOpps.gov website, the project as a whole includes demolition and removal of existing structures, utilities, vegetation, site fixtures, and paving; excavation, including rock excavation; demolition and removal of site mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems and components; restoration and replacement of existing historic finishes, including terra cotta, cast stone, brick, clay roof tile, gutters and downspouts, glazing, steel windows, and plaster finishes; construction of new partitions, frames, doors, hardware, glass, glazing, windows, storefront systems, railings, screens, millwork/casework, and thermal and moisture protection; new wall, ceiling and floor finishes; new structural framing, floors and roofs (roof types include clay tile, standing seam copper, modified bitumen, modified bitumen with paver system above and sloped glazing in curatinwall (SIC) system); new structural carbon fiber reinforcement; sitework, including utilities, landscaping, irrigation, sidewalks, parking and other paving; new MEP systems and subsystems (both interior and exterior); new cabling, relocation and construction of oxygen bulk storage pad and enclosure; new interior and exterior signage; and other accessories.