Office Building Constructed in Nine Weeks !

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25,000SF Pre-Engineered Office Building Completed in 9 weeks for Holcim Cement & WGA

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Office Building Constructed in Nine Weeks !

  1. 1. Holcim Cement Pre-Engineered Office Building Presented by: Wes Villhard – Kozeny-Wagner VP Commercial Construction Tom Way – WGA Senior Engineering Manager
  2. 2. Success Thru Best Practices  Front End Planning  Materials Management  Team Building  Partnering
  3. 3. Front End Planning  Pre-Engineered Building  Architecture & Engineering  Mechanical / Electrical  Interior Finish  Project Team
  4. 4. Pre-Engineered Building  Pre-Ordered American Metal Building  Released without Door & Window Trim  “In-Stock” Center Support Building  Early Delivery in order to Build Frames During Slab Pour
  5. 5. Architecture & Engineering  Completed Foundation Design from Pre-Engineered Building Loads  Ordered Rebar for Foundations before Slab Design was Complete  Pre-Approved Concrete Mix Design  Allowed Two Weeks for Architectural Design
  6. 6. Mechanical / Electrical  Ordered “In-Stock” Ground Mounted Split Systems  Saved Engineering Time for Roof Frames  Electrical Rough-in of Slab vs. Overhead  Saved Two Weeks on Schedule
  7. 7. Mechanical / Electrical  HighBay Lighting for Open Office Areas  Reusable for Future Warehouse  Duct Socks Reduced Field Labor  Prefabed All Ductwork  Installed Ductwork Prior to Roofing
  8. 8. Interior Finish  Panelized Office Walls During Floor Slab Pours  Install Studs Prior to Roofing  Ordered only “In-Stock” Material  Windows, Doors, Hardware, Toilet Partitions, Accessories, etc.  Allowed Sealed Concrete Floors Rather than VCT or Other Flooring  Coordinated all Interior Work with Roof Installation  One Side then the Other
  9. 9. Project Team  Selected Only Subs with Available Manpower  Past Performance “Can-do” Attitude  Subcontractors- Foreman & Project Manager  Kozeny-Wagner - Foreman & Project Manager  Teamwork, Find Solutions  Overcome Obstacles  Go the Extra Mile
  10. 10. Week 1 – Prefab Foundation Rebar During Building Layout
  11. 11. Week 1 – Bad Soils & Rock Encountered
  12. 12. Week 1 – Rock Encountered
  13. 13. Week 1 – Foundations Started
  14. 14. Week 1 – PreFabed Rebar in Perimeter Foundations
  15. 15. Week 2 – Foundation Complete and Backfilled
  16. 16. Week 2 – Slab Rough-in, Electrical & Plumbing
  17. 17. Week 2 – Rebar For Heavy Duty Slab, Delivered & Installed
  18. 18. Week 3 – Slab Pour, Steel Material Deck Delivered in the Background
  19. 19. Week 3 – Rain Pushed First Slab Pour Late Into the Night
  20. 20. Week 3 – Second Slab Pour
  21. 21. Week 4 – Plumbing Rough-in Started Immediately with Wall Layout
  22. 22. Week 4 – Steel Erection in Progress Using Pre-Assembled Frames
  23. 23. Week 4 – Center Support vs Clear-Span Steel Used for Early Delivery
  24. 24. Week 4 – Building Frame Complete
  25. 25. Week 5 – Roof Perlins Complete and Duct Hangers In Progress
  26. 26. Week 5 – Ductwork Delivered
  27. 27. Week 5 – Plumbing Rough-In In Progress
  28. 28. Week 5 – Ductwork & West End & Side Wall
  29. 29. Week 5 – Exterior HVAC Units Set, Roof Insulation & Roof Panels In Progress
  30. 30. Week 5 – Roof Insulation, Roof Panels, Widows & Exterior Framing In Progress
  31. 31. Week 5 – Exterior View of Roof Insulation, Window Framing & Ductwork / AC Units
  32. 32. Week 6 – Close-up of Roof Panels In Progress
  33. 33. Week 6 – Ceiling Grid-Continuous, Prior to Perimeter Offices
  34. 34. Week 6 – First Panelized Office
  35. 35. Week 6 – Exterior Office Framing, Acoustical Grid, Prior to Roof Panels
  36. 36. Week 6 – Roof Insulation & Roof Panels Continue to the Far End of the Building
  37. 37. Week 6 – One Side of Roof Complete, Framing / MEP Rough-in In Progress
  38. 38. Week 7 – High Bay Lights Above Open Office Areas
  39. 39. Week 7 – Roof Deck Delayed by High Winds 1- 2 Weeks, Nearly Complete
  40. 40. Week 7 – Exterior Panes / Windows Nearly Complete
  41. 41. Week 7 – Exterior Wall Panels Complete
  42. 42. Week 7 – Exterior Duct Work Complete, Power On! Test & Balanced Started.
  43. 43. Week 7 – Duct Socks Installed to Reduce Field Labor
  44. 44. Week 7 – Sheetrock and Restrooms In Progress
  45. 45. Week 7 – Drywall / Doors / Hardware In Progress, Preparing for Work Stations
  46. 46. Week 8 – Work Stations In Progress, Flex Duct / Diffusers Installed, Lights / HVAC On
  47. 47. Week 8 – Painting Nearly Complete
  48. 48. Week 9 – Project Complete
  49. 49. COMPLETED IN 9 WEEKS!
  50. 50. Project Summary  Design-Build Delivery  Half the Time of a Typical Schedule  32 Private Offices, 5 Conference Rooms and 90 Workstations  Critical Path – “Fast-Track” Mode  10-12 Hour Days  7 Days / Week
  51. 51. Project Summary  $240,000 in Change Orders  $79 / Square Foot Total  45 Normal Working Days (9 Weeks M-F)  Less 16 Weather Days
  52. 52. Safety Award  “On the Spot” WGA Safety Award Given to Dan Fox of Kozeny-Wagner.  MSHA Award – Recognized by the South Central Region of the Federal Mine Safety & Health Administration for Outstanding Safety Compliance & Accomplishment.
  53. 53. Success Thru Best Practices  Front End Planning  Materials Management  Team Building  Partnering
  54. 54. Thank You Project Team!  Aschinger Electric  Zumwalt Corporation  Bieg Plumbing Company  Wedemeyer/Cernik/Corrubia, Inc.  Fenix Construction Company  Zahner Surveying  Frontenac Painting, Inc.  A.F. Becker  Grau Contracting, Inc.  CKC Woodworks, Inc.  Jarrell Contracting  H&G Sales  Paul Abt Flooring  St. Louis Steel Buildings  Rednour Steel Erectors, Inc.
  55. 55. A Special Thanks to Holcim Cement & WGA
  56. 56. We Build A Better Quality of Life

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