Our firm developed the design drawings and specifications and provided construction support to repair the gazebo. The gazebo was severely damaged when it was struck by a massive truck. Repairs included replacing a basement wall which included a security door and window, replacing a portion of the gazebo floor, providing new electrical service from the utility to the gazebo, and relocating park lighting and playground water controls.
Our firm was engaged by Selective Insurance Company to inspect the portico of a building to determine the extent of damage (if any) to the structural members following invasive investigation and evaluated the existing construction for issues related to weather proofing and drainage of moisture. We prepared an evaluation and provided recommendations for repairs.
Our firm was engaged by Chugach to provide an engineering investigation and report of the structural integrity of the roof system for a building located at Picatinny Arsenal. Our firm made repair recommendations based on the results of the report.
CP was retained as part of a design/build team for the installation of a radiography facility consisting of a neutron imager, electrical controls and cooling cabinets; high voltage power supply; and auxiliary equipment. The scope of the design work included a new process: refrigerated recirculating fluid chiller, air compressor and associated distribution piping; exhaust gas ventilation system; power distribution to all equipment; electrical safeties and interlocks; and new concrete shield walls.
Our firm was engaged by Selective Insurance Company to evaluate and replace the cooling tower and associated equipment in order to improve energy efficiency and improve overall cooling system operation at their Branchville facility. As part of that project, we prepared construction documents and provided construction oversight for the design and installation of the new cooling tower structural supports. The new structural steel supports were designed to accept the new cooling tower configuration while still utilizing existing concrete piers.