General Contractor (Federal sites only)
SBCC offers value by providing the following
SBCC was contracted by the US Army Corps of Engineers to provide all labor, equipment, construction management, supplies, materials and transportation to replace nearly a half-mile of failing deck for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in an environmentally sensitive area near the Red Rock recreation area west of Las Vegas. The deteriorating wooden deck was dismantled and a new Trex deck was installed. SBCC worked with the BLM to provide archaeological and environmental services in the construction area. SBCC developed the work plan, supervised and self-performed the construction, and ensured all environmental regulations were met.
Design-Build Cost: $1.2M
SBCC was contracted by the US Army Corps of Engineers to provide all labor, equipment, construction management, supplies, materials and transportation to renovate primarily the interior (approximately 2,400 sq ft per facility) and some portions of the exterior of Buildings 867 and 899 on Nellis AFB. These renovations included the relocation and reinstallation of FFE, demolition and remodeling of numerous interior spaces, relocation of electrical, communication, plumbing and HVAC, renovation and relocation of the bathrooms, and construction of new office spaces in both buildings. The renovations included demolition of an old kitchen and storage area to convert the space into a large conference room, which required removal of a structural post and installation of a glulam beam to open up the space. Exterior improvements included removal of an exterior door and repainting of the facility and landscape improvements.
SBCC was contracted by the US Army Corps of Engineers, L.A. District, to provide all labor, equipment, construction management, supplies, materials and transportation to replace over 4,400 linear feet of water mains on Yuma Proving Ground. SBCC performed all engineering calculations, developed the design, and is managing the construction of all features of work. This project was particularly challenging given the requirement to keep the existing potable water system operational during construction and to avoid an existing nonpotable water system running often in parallel servicing the installation. A lack of quality as-builts for the installation further complicated the project, requiring some re-design during construction. Despite these challenges, SBCC is effectively delivering a quality water system that meets the clients needs with minimal interruption to installation operations.
Design-Build Cost: $2.5M