PROJECT DURATION: August 2016 – January 2017

ROLE: Design-Bid-Build Contractor

ARCHITECTS: Patrick Johnson & ai3

VALUE: $ 2,580,900.00

SIZE AND SCOPE: 11,864 s: The work included the complete renovation of a Georgia World Congress Center restaurant, to include the kitchen, serving and dining areas. The work entailed new partitions, hardware, flooring, mechanical/electrical/plumbing upgrades, lighting, power, lightning protection, telecom/data, fire alarm systems, finishes and millwork/casework throughout the construction scope.

DESCRIPTION: Building renovation project of ~ 30,000 sf under a compressed schedule in an active operating environment.  The work required multiple shifts .  The project team primarily consists of Project Executive, Senior Project Manager, Safety Manager, Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent and Finishers.

  • Number of Subcontractors/Subconsultants Managed: 10 +
  • Work Performed by Subcontractors/Subconsultants: Demolition, Framing/Drywall Installation, MEP, Fire Protection upgrades, Glass, interior renovations

CHALLENGES:

  • Unforeseen Conditions.  There was several unforeseen issues in the concrete floors.
  • Operating Environment.  There were multiple conferences underway throughout construction.  Safety and cleanliness were a priority.

SAFETY:

  • Lost Time Accidents: 0
  • Work Suspensions Due to Unsafe Conditions: 0