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Sewer and Site Drainage Improvement

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 Sewerage and Site Drainage Improvements

 

 

 

Project Description

The project consisted of a design/build of four structures. The structures were four latrines within the Fort Custer Training Facility in Battle Creek Michigan. The construction includes site work, grading, footings for the structures with a slab on grade. The slab on grade is four inches thick, colored and sealed and it serves as the finished interior floor. To achieve the minimum R rating specified for the structures, Allied designed the buildings to have two layers of CMU block walls with insulation in between them. The exterior layer of block was decorative, with texture and color. The roof was constructed with an engineered wood truss system with a steel roof system. The interior consisted of a moisture resistant gypsum board on the ceiling, painted block walls, and sealed/colored concrete floor. It consisted of a janitorial closet with a slop sink, wood shelving, and hanging clamps. Also in each latrine are four heavy duty wall hung water closets, wall hung urinals, and wall hung lavatories. Three floor drains are provided in each structure as well as a heating system designed with baseboard heating.

 

 

Project location

Fort Custer Training Center,

Augusta, MI

 

Client

US Army National Guard

 

Architect

CHMP Inc.

 

Total Project Cost

$669,196.00

 

Project Manager:  Matt Guyot   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

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