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Fire Stations Project
Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM
Scope of Work:
This project illustrates our experience in executing multi-discipline projects, sustainability, alternative energy, energy conservation, space planning, fire/life safety, BIM specialty, LEED, cost estimating, commissioning, and utilization of such specialties as civil, surveying and geotechnical investigation adding to our core team. Engineering services to design Fire Stations #1 and #5 based on direction by the DOE Los Alamos Area Site Office and the Director of Los Alamos National Laboratory to replace the existing TA-3 main fire station with a new fire station and design a new Fire Station at TA-16. Alternatives were designed to maintain project budget while maximizing project functional and requirements criteria. Fire Stations are being designed to meet LEED Gold Certification upon completion of construction. Entire design was done using Autodesk REVIT Building Information Modeling (BIM). Prepared a traffic impact study and evaluation for TA-3 and TA-16 sites. Developed evaluation of fire department apparatus turning radius requirements for the TA-3 building site.