Roundhouse Projects

North Colorado Readiness Center
Client: U.S. Army National Guard
Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Value: $18.6M

The North Colorado Readiness Center project involved the construction of a new 65,641 SF building to house the Headquarters Company and the Alpha Rifle Company of the newly created 1/157th Infantry Battalion. The center helps the Colorado Army National Guard perform its mission more efficiently and effectively. In addition to the new building, the Roundhouse team constructed:

  • Office space, classrooms, kitchen, restrooms, training and storage areas
  • Electrical, mechanical and plumbing
  • Fire protection and elevator systems
  • TA-50 lockers, complete kitchen and food-service equipment, dock equipment and furniture package
  • Roof-mounted photovoltaic (PV) arrays on the covered parking structures
  • Earthwork, site utilities, stormwater drainage, asphalt paving, concrete paving and covered parking structures
  • Roadway improvements and new access road

This is a U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (USGBC LEED) Gold-certified project.

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Repair/Construct Multiple SOCSOUTH Projects Task Order #2
Client: U.S. Special Operations Command South
Location: Homestead Army Reserve Base, Florida
Value: $753K

The Repair/Construct Multiple U.S. Special Operations Command South (SOCSOUTH) Projects Task Order #2 contract included six sub-tasks, ranging from replacing doors to constructing new structures to installing a new air conditioning system. The Roundhouse team performed the following sub-tasks on the Homestead Army Reserve Base in Florida:

  • Replaced egress warehouse doors in Building 600 (HQ SOCSOUTH) with security doors
  • Replaced covered, open-sided storage structure adjacent to Hangar 741, including new foundations, structure and roof
  • Installed secure storage enclosures in Building 314, including high-security, heavy-duty mesh partition walls
  • Installed air conditioning system in Building 315, which included two three-ton DX units
  • Installed 4,500 SF pre-engineered, metal-frame structure inside Hangar 741, including a new 12.5-ton HVAC unit
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Design-Build Repair/Replace Concrete on First Street Phase 3
Client:  AFCS/PZIOC Infrastructure Support
Location: Robins Air Force Base
Value:  $3.8M

The Design-Build Repair/Replace Concrete on First Street Phase 3 project involved the complete replacement of the stormwater system on a main road through Robins Air Force Base. Heavily utilized as a four-lane connector to one of the base’s entry control points, the Roundhouse team had to employ multiple work-a-rounds and modifications to install the new system. This area is one of the oldest on the base with original 1940s underground utilities and no location records for more than half of the existing utilities. The project included the following activities:

  • Designed new stormwater drainage system and new pavement
  • Demolished and disposed of approximately 3,065 cubic yards (CY) of concrete/asphalt pavement over four lanes
  • Removed and replaced approximately 1,100 linear feet (LF) of sidewalk and 4,401 feet of curb and gutter, including median
  • Installed approximately 3,000 LF of new HDPE storm drainage piping and 1,000 LF of reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) and all associated drainage structures and curb inlets
  • Connected roof drains to the new storm drainage system
  • Replaced the existing fire protection piping in the area of the project
  • Installed new electrical circuits for the lighting system along First Street
  • Provided new asphalt pavement on the two eastbound and two westbound lanes