Client: Wayne County Community College District
Remodel 3,000sf office to be used as a cyber security training room at the Wayne County Community College Campus. Installed fabricated manual partition wall, selective demolition, new soffit, patch and repair walls, install new ceiling, flooring, doors and hardware, cabinets and counter tops, paint, electrical work, and accessories.
Task Order under PC-779
Revitalize the Land Application Program for Lime Stabilized Class-B biosolids generated at the Detroit WWTP. Coordination was required of hundreds of farmers with permitted land application sites within a 100-mile radius from WWTP.
CM at Risk to replace 250,000 lf of water transmission system (8-, 12-, 16- and 24-inch water lines w/ductile iron pipes and new gate wells/valves) spanning over 114 streets. Replace (483) hydrants w/improved break-away hydrants and lead services w/copper. Restored pavements and landscaping.
Provide repair of low lift discharge flumes at the Northeast Water Treatment Plant in the City of Detroit. Repair cracks and construction joints for approximately 3,300 lf through the pressurized injection of polyurethane grout. The cracks and construction joints spanned all four walls of each of the six discharge flumes, each one exceeding 90 feet deep.
Design-build in-place rehabilitation of outfalls utilizing CIPP and slip lining. Cleaning and CCTV Inspection, constructed cofferdams, dewatering, dry lining operations, portable batching and impregnation equipment, Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP), HOBAS fiberglass slip lining, and channeline segmental liners.
Client: Wayne County Community College District
This work was done under the WCCCD Five Year Capital Improvement Plan; Eastern Campus Repurposing and Upgrading Project.
Sewer and manhole rehabilitation work. Cleaning and CCTV of sewer including inspection, removing/disposing of sludge, debris/root intrusion from the pipeline, by-pass pumping (up to 4,000 gpm), also included were point repair and traffic control
Project entails the historic renovation of the Building 2 lobby at the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Great Lakes Region. Renovations included a new security station allowing for more open lobby space. Project also incorporated restoring period spaces, including original metal railings, base boards, decorative plaster ceilings, and decorative paint schemes based on historic analysis. The Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center is listed on the National Register of Historic Places requiring specialized carpentry, ornamental plastering, and paint restoration skills.
Repair of pavement, sidewalks, driveways and curb cuts in various areas throughout Detroit and adjacent suburbs. Approximate totals: 155,000 sf of concrete driveway, 50,000 lf of concrete curb, 200,000 sy of road pavement. In all, placement of 25,000 sy of high early strength concrete, 170,000 sy of no slump concrete base, 35,000 sy of mesh reinforcement, 15,000 tons of wearing course mixture, repair of 2,150 manhole covers, 2,000 gate boxes, 65,000 sf of 6″ ADA sidewalk ramp at 1,600 traffic control locations
Client: USACE Kansas City
Design-build, remove and replace the MAPA ramp lighting controller system on McConnell AFB. The existing system controller uses a Smart Wireless Photocell controller system. This repair work includes replacement of Smart Wireless Photocells and related intelligent photo controls at the fixture side. The scope of this project is to replace all existing controller components (radio, antenna, computer system, etc.) and replace with 3 phase lighting contactors located in the control building (1104).
McConnell AFB, Kansas – Multiple IDIQ-type Contracts
The principals of LGC have been successfully performing demolition, design, construction and renovation services under a series of IDIQ-type contracts at McConnell since 2006. In various joint venture arrangements, (67) task orders were completed under four MATOC and SATOC programs over a 10-year period.
As a result of our ongoing experiences at McConnell AFB, LGC is able to provide military branches of the Federal Government knowledgeable, strong, dynamic leadership with the capacity to perform multiple, geographically dispersed task orders, including projects in an airfield environment and those tasks that require major renovations and heavy civil engineering.
|Contract Number||Contract Name||Location||# of TOs|
|W912DQ-07-D-0050||USACE – SATOC – Repairs||McConnell, AFB, KS||17|
|W912DQ-08-D-0064||USACE – SATOC – Wichita Area||Wichita Area, KS||15|
|W912DQ-07-D-0023USACE – MATOC-NW Regional Div||USACE – MATOC-NW Regional Div||McConnell, AFB, KS||6|
|W912DQ-09-D-4001||USACE – IDIQ SATOC Kansas City||Wichita Area, KS||29|
McConnell AFB, Kansas W912DQ-09-D-4001 TO 0028
Client: USACE Kansas City
One project worth highlighting has been ongoing since 2012. This was the final task order of our most recent contract vehicle. It started out consisting of four buildings under a single design-build contract, but evolved into multiple structures to be built and demolished. Three out of four multi-story building projects were designed to meet LEED Silver Certification.
Client: Wastewater Disposal District, Macomb County, MI
Construct (3) sewerage metering facilities; replace 48” to 54” influent/effluent sewers, associated structures, access and safety improvements, and a new electrical systems / components. Also rehabilitated were (15) sewerage metering facilities with varied scopes including the application of a surface concrete membrane system, internal piping system repairs, access and safety improvements, and new electrical systems.
(4) locations: Conner and Freud Stormwater Pumping Stations, Conner Creek Pilot Concrete Sewer Overflow (CSO) Control Facility and a Fish Habitat Mitigation at Maheras Park. Work consisted of the construction of a 30M gallon reinforced CSO detention basin with reinforced concrete influent channels connecting the basin to the existing outfalls. Construct pile-supported foundation and temporary retention systems, inspect excavations, conduct soil, concrete & all other lab testing services & oversee excavation and backfill operations.
New combo storm/sanitary pump station, control building, chemical feed and influent screen facilities, and odor control building. Construct (2) 4.5M gallon CSO basins, new effluent conduit, equipment (instrumentation, process, electrical, mechanical, etc.); startup and testing. Civil site work, yard piping and features, boundary fence/gates, internal roads, drainage, landscaping, environmental protection, temp flood/retaining structures, cast-in-place concrete, welding, cathodic protection, crane work and traffic control.
PC-779 Renewed under PC-793
Specialized Process Facilities and Equipment Purchase, Installation and Maintenance Services at Water Treatment Plants, Water Booster Stations, Sewage Pumping Stations and Other Related Facilities, 3-year skilled trade project, as-required maintenance (including emergency repairs) of 12 DWSD Offices, 5 Service Yards, 5 Water Treatment Plants, 20 Fresh Water Booster Stations, 10 Water Pumping Stations and 10 CSO Basins. The specialized work force is comprised of millwrights, plumbers, electricians, masons, laborers, carpenters, and operators. This contract was renewed for another 3-year period under contract PC-793.
Decommissioning and removal of (4) Komline Sanderson Belt Filter Presses (BFP) from the Detroit Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) for shipment offsite in order to replace the dilapidated components with new technologically advanced OEM parts. De-commission, rebuild the BFP’s offsite, re-install and re-commission. MEP trades disconnected/reconnected the wash water, polymer lines, electrical, instrumentation and pneumatic connections for each press.
This contract is the successor to PC-779 which expired immediately prior to award of this contract and has a similar scope of work. This multi-million dollar project involves the as-required maintenance (including emergency repairs) of 12 DWSD Offices, 5 Service Yards, 5 Water Treatment Plants, (20) Fresh Water Booster Stations, (10) Water Pumping Stations, and (10 CSO) Basins.
Client: USACE-Detroit District
The early beginnings of the many-phased Detroit River walk project included the East Riverwalk phase that required pilings, lakefront, floating plant, temporary work platforms. environmental protection, temporary flood/retaining structures, cast-In-place structural concrete for civil works, welding, painting hydraulic structures, cathodic protection, barge/work platforms, hoisting and rigging work, vehicular and pedestrian, and traffic control.
Watermain and sewer improvements at various locations within the City of Detroit. The 2,600 feet watermains ranged from 8”-24” in diameter. Excavation, installation of new pipeline, backfill, compaction, and associated site restoration work. Also included in the contract is the as-needed design work.
Remedial construction, removal and disposal of asbestos containing material (ACM) and lead-based paint coatings from piping, ceiling, floors, equipment, and other items within various buildings throughout the DWSD owned and operated facilities in the Southeast Michigan area.
Client: City of Detroit, Buildings & Safety Engineering Department
Asbestos/hazardous materials surveys (observe, sample, test) to identify asbestos-containing pipe insulation, fittings, insulation, flooring, wall plaster, roofing, fire doors and other suspected asbestos-containing materials within the abandoned buildings.
Client: Detroit Public Schools
Perform asbestos sampling, abatement, air monitoring and disposal of hazardous waste for multiple schools under an IDIQ contract for (33) schools and (25) houses. Scope of work: pipe & fittings, valves removal and re-insulation, boiler, tank and duct removal and re-insulation, removal of floor tiles with mastic from concrete and wood, ACM plaster, carpets, windows, ceiling tiles, transite boards, sinks and table tops removal, debris cleanup and miscellaneous items. Perform negative initial determination (NID) for lead based paint.
Client: Detroit Housing Commission
Abatement of 300 homes. Window and component removal/replacement and enclosure, component scrap, paint, encapsulation, with required surface prep, and soil covering. The work area included interior rooms, basements, exterior surfaces, porches, and yards. Air monitoring, lab testing and resident relocation activities.
Removal and disposal of asbestos containing material (ACM) and lead-based paint coatings from piping, ceiling, floors, equipment, and other items at and within various buildings throughout the DWSD owned and operated facilities in the Southeast Michigan area that included Waste Water Treatment Plant, Northeast WTP, Southwest WTP, Spring wells WTP, Lake Huron WTP, Water Works Park. and various Water Booster Stations and Sewerage Pumping Stations. LGC also provided selective demolition, and regular and specialty construction services.