Office/Medical Office Buildings
- – This develop & Design/Build project was for a shell and core building of 40,000 square feet plus 10,000 square feet of basement parking area. The structural steel framed building was completed within an accelerated construction schedule of 8 months as the anchor tenant’s lease could not be extended at their current location.
- – Our involvement began at the initial stages of this project as
- Dental Office – This was a renovation of an approximately 12,000 square foot building. The entire outdated HVAC system was replaced with a modern energy efficient system. After gutting the multi-tenant interior, a new 6,000 square foot dental office was built out on the first floor.
Medical Office – Interior Build-out
- – This Design/Build Project was an interior build-out of 2,000 square feet. Interiors were designed with unique casework and lots of colors. Operatories used the open concept and were carefully located to take full advantage of nice views. As with all dental offices there was a substantial amount of mechanical work to coordinate including a lab space.
- Performance Center – Build-out of physical therapy clinic containing 11,000 square feet. Construction included an Aquaciser Room which was considered a public pool for permitting purposes.
Site Work / Civil Projects
- – Project required the removal of an unpermitted Dam and overflow pipe to eliminate a pond and restore a free flowing drainage stream in the City of Brookfield. The project required a sheet pile wall to hold in place the dredged pond sediment that was required to remain on site. Native wetland plants were used to restore the reclaimed wetland areas. The unimpeded stream now flows naturally and eliminates the threat of flash flooding in the area down stream of the former pond.
- County Salt Storage Improvements – On this project, Jackson Construction was the General Contractor for the installation of a precast concrete tank that holds salt water run off from a road salt loading facility. The loading area was regraded to capture all runoff in the tank thereby eliminate salt water storm runoff. The tank is periodically pumped out during the loading season and salt contaminated water is properly disposed of.