Dresser - Rand : Expansion | 30,000 SF | Houston, TX
1.03.13 - The final clean is completed for this project,
12.26.12 - A fire marshal inspection is scheduled for tomorrow.
12.26.12 - A fire marshal inspection is scheduled for tomorrow.
12.18.12 - This project is near completion,
11.27.12 - The granite table and cabinets are installed in the conference room and other rooms are taking shape with furniture. Additional millwork continues as crewmen work to finish out the office and crane building,
11.20.12 - This project is nearing completion. Items being addressed at this time include wallpaper, plumbing fixtures, Millwork, granite countertops, miscellaneous metal building trim work, warehouse epoxy flooring, final paint, phone/data/security/fire wiring, elevator start-up, electrical trims, landscaping, and hydromulching.
10.31.12 - M&M crewmen are on site this morning finishing the front canopy,
10.24.12 - The grading around the detention pond is complete and the epoxy floor is complete in the rotor building. Crewmen will soon begin installing the ceiling tiles.
10.16.12 - Crews poured the remaining concrete paving and flatwork today. They will finish the grading around the detention pond this week. We are about 40% complete on the rotor shop epoxy floor and should be 80% by the end of the week. The elevator is installed in the office. The MEP's being wrapped up in the ceiling so we can begin firing up all systems and finish the office.
10.03.12 - Site crews continue to work on the detention pond and site grading. Sheetrockers are finishing up the tape and float of the office building; door frames are installed and doors arrived today for the office building. The elevator is being installed and the epoxy floor process has begun for the rotor shop warehouse floor. Crewmen began the bead-blasting slab surface preparation today; the rotor shop A/C units have been started and the rotor shop is now conditioned. The masonry facade of office is complete. The concrete crews are preparing to return and complete the paving and flatwork this week and next. The rotor shop cranes and OH doors are operational; electrical buss-duct is being installed in the rotor shop; and HVAC crews are preparing to fire up the office A/C systems. We are still looking to complete this project by late November.
9.25.12 - Concrete crews poured some of the sidewalks, the mechanical pad for A/C equipment, and the interior office stairs and landings. Masons should be complete with the brick/block veneer around the office building this week. Electricians have energized the facility and lights have been turned on inside the office building. Sheetrockers continue to tape and float office walls. First floor ceiling grid and lights are installed. HVAC crews are working on installing flex duct and grills. Second floor ceiling grid begins tomorrow. The rotor building shop is being cleaned up this week to prepare for epoxy flooring application, scheduled next week.
9.18.12 - The sheet rock is taped and floated. The masons continue bricking the office exterior,
9.14.12 - We got permanent power yesterday. Crewmen are installing the walls and hanging sheetrock in the office. The masonry work on the office exterior began. Next week, work will be done to air condition the rotor building, and the elevator will be installed in the office building, along with tape and float of the sheetrock.
8.31.12 - This job is progressing very well. Approximately 90% of the concrete paving is complete and crews are preparing for sidewalks and curbs. M&M crewmen have completed almost all of their work and should wrap up within a few days next week. All HVAC, electrical, and plumbing rough-ins are completed. Permanent power is expected for early next week. All walls are framed and one-sided. Remaining sheetrock will be hung next week. Masonry work is soon to begin. Stairs are installed and we expect the elevator within the next week. The completion date is still projected for November.
8.16.12 - The steam cleaning building is nearly complete. Glass contractors have installed the windows for the office building as framing and sheetrock work continue on the interior. Crews are also framing for additional pours on the north side of the office,
7.30.12 - M&M crewmen began erecting on the steam cleaning building and the relocating the storage building. Red-iron is up on both buildings and they began sheeting, which will continue through the week. M&M also installed the structural steel supports for the elevator in the office building. Framing crews continue to frame out the office. Plumbers have installed all underground air lines and are currently working on replacing the defective sanitary sewer line in the office building. HVAC contractors have set 4 of the 15-Ton units on their pads and have begun the rough-in of the (6) first floor units in the office building. They will continue this next week as well as set the other 4 25-Ton units and begin the (7) second floor rough-ins. The concrete crews have poured the transformer pad and the other 4 A/C pads and will begin the majority of the concrete paving next week. They have also installed all of the pipe bollards around the 4 A/C pads. Dirt crews have been grading to prepare for the paving for this week and will more to the front parking lot next week. Electricians are installing light fixtures in the Rotor Building and continue to rough-in the office building. The glass contractors have measured for the windows for the office building and will begin installation at the end of the week.
7.16.12 - Crews are working on the detention pond, pouring the steam room and car path, disassembling a small storage building and relocating it to a new slab, and working on the office building today.
7.12.12 - Great progress has been made framing the office. Most of the walls are framed; electricians are continuing the rough-in of the office and rotor building; the fire sprinkler contractor began the office area sprinkler system yesterday and should have it completed next week. The HVAC rough-in will begin next week also. We have poured approximately 25 percent of the concrete paving and began grading for the rest when the rain started. The rain has caused major delays. We have the steam building foundation ready to pour, but the rain has delayed that as well. It will likely be poured on Monday morning. Plumbers have tied in the sanitary sewer line and have run the water line to the building.
6.25.12 - Crewmen finished the front grade-out and are forming the front driveway. Crewmen are digging up the catch basins and hooking the storm sewer to the downspouts.
6.19.12 - Interior painting of the mainframe columns and crane beams will be complete this week. Our crews are working on storm sewer repairs and downspout tie-ins to the storm sewer. Electricians are working on the conduits, raceways, service panels, bussways, and overall rough-in of the Rotor building. We are trying to extablish the correct subgrades for the concrete paving but the rain is causing delays. Concrete crews should be on site this week to begin mezzanine level preparation and office slab repairs, and hopefully, will be able to begin the concrete paving (weather permitting).
6.13.12 - This project calls for a new steel building shell warehouse, a new steel building shell office (two story) with brick facade, and 72,000 SF of 6" paving of sidewalks and curbs. We will complete the steam clean building with a tie into the existing building, take down and re-erect the customer's building on the existing slab, and address various sitework and storm drainage items.