Today, P&S Construction, Inc. has brought in their entire site team for training. Office employees and field personnel have been broken into groups for a Project Management workshop. Each group must work together to create specific project documentation.
Each team is comprised of a Project Manager, Site Superintendent, and a Site Quailty Control Manager. The team must work together to assemble to document the sample project's definable features of work. Each team must to put together a list of AHAs specific to the SOW they were given.
|Project teams working together during the project management workshop.|
|Project Managers and Site Supervisors teaming to create project documentation.|
|Teams working together to create AHAs, APPs, and Project Schedules.|
This past week, official LEED Silver certification was awarded to the P -478 Submarine Learning Center Training Headquarters project at Naval Submarine Base New London, Groton, CT.
The Submarine Learning Center (SLC) Training Headquarters is a 16,000 square foot, two-story, administrative office building with a steel frame structure. The SLC is a new NAVFAC facility that plans, programs, budgets, and executes individual and team training for Undersea Warfare Enterprise mission readiness.
The SLC was the first in-house Design-Build project for P&S Construction and is portfolio highlight for its collaborative work approach with the construction team and its overall aesthetic beauty.
Posted by K Witkum at 10:17 AM
P&S Construction has secured another U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contract in California.
Located at Fort Hunter Liggett, the new Tactical Vehicle Wash Rack project is a welcomed project to our portfolio. The project consists of twenty wash stations situated on a concrete paved area which will accommodate tactical wheeled vehicles, tracked vehicles, and construction equipment for training and unit pre-mobilization. The project also consists of a control building that is approximately 700 SF, high pressure water lines, overhead lighting, sanitary facilities, and vehicle circulation areas.
In addition, a water recirculation system will be constructed that consists of a sedimentation basin, equalization basin, supply basin, oil and water separator, and three pumping stations. Concrete and asphalt parking and roads will be provided to accommodate tracked and wheeled vehicles.
This project is located about 300 miles north from our Indoor Small Arms Range project at March Air Force Base in Riverside, CA. Work is expected to be completed in February of next year.
P&S Construction looks forward to expanding our business in California and working with USACE District, Louisville once again!
Posted by K Witkum at 7:37 AM