Today, our states, municipalities and municipal agencies are under pressure to keep up with ever-increasing demands and deliver services at lower costs. Budgets are tight, schedules are tight, but demand is forever growing. Public works projects require attention to not only the work at hand, but the way in which it will be completed. Customer care, people-flow, traffic patterns, access, and ongoing operations are all factors to be considered during any public works project. MTM Builders has the team and the experience to factor all these elements into a job in the right way, to get the project completed on time and on budget.
NEW FREEZER AND GARAGE EXPANSION
FEDERAL CORRECTION CENTER
This project was located inside the Federal Correction Center at Victorville, CA. The scope of work was to build a large drive-in freezer on a new slab on grade; perform upgrades to the existing motor pool garage; install a portable hazardous materials bldg.; and to construct additional parking areas with striping. Upgrades to the garage area included new masonry walls to create additional workspaces; new hoisting equipment for the motor pool; upgrades to the electrical systems; new HVAC units; and new paint. MTM Builders’ crews completed interior demolition, cutting/coring and patching masonry holes, fire caulking, and painting exterior and interior surfaces.
Final Cost: $741,118
OLIVE VICE/UCLA MEDICAL CENTER
The scope of this project was to upgrade existing seismic anchoring systems and install new seismic anchors throughout the hospital labs and equipment rooms. Included was equipment such as fume hoods, refrigerators, incubators, centrifuges, cabinets of various sizes, multi-level shelving, tables, sinks, tanks, pumps, heat exchangers, cooling units, piping, condensers, motors, electrical cabinets, electrical switches, and electrical shut-offs. MTM crews completed anchoring various types of heavy equipment to the concrete floors or walls and upgrading the seismic capacity of selected beams and braces by welding additional plates and bracing onto existing steel.
Final cost of $475,000
RENOVATE BORDER PATROL STATION
SAN DIEGO, CA
This was a design/build project consisting of two elements. The first was to demolish an existing laundry building and replace it with a new 845 sf wood-framed bldg. The new bldg. consisted of a slab on grade and grade beams with 6” exterior walls. Interior finishes were floor drains, sinks, painted walls and a sealed concrete floor. The second major element of this project was to construct a new 50’x20’ building addition with offices and restrooms. Included in the addition was a concrete slab with grade beams and wood framing. The existing HVAC system was spread to the new building addition and new electrical was provided to enable the use of data, telecom and voice systems. MTM crews completed all concrete and framing work, along with interior finishes of drywall, paint, doors/frames and tile.
Final Cost: $1,024,000
ARCH ROCK ENTRANCE KIOSK
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK
This scope of work for this project consisted of demolishing an existing entrance kiosk, erecting a temporary kiosk, and constructing a new entrance kiosk. Also included in the work were site improvements, security improvements, new site furnishings, new lighting, and a new security system.
All the rough lumber and finished lumber was from FSC-accredited forests. The kiosk was finished with interior cabinets, cedar siding and shingles, wood doors and windows, painted drywall, and vinyl flooring.
The site work consisted of a new kiosk island concrete walkways, a new flagpole, landscaping, and decorative boulders. Pole-mounted security cameras were installed over the roadway and inside and outside the kiosk. All security cameras were configured to work with the existing security system. MTM crews completed all the concrete work, framing, siding, shingles, doors, windows, finishes and boulders.
Final Cost: $509,537
INTAKE PROCESSING CENTER
MODIFICATIONS AND RENOVATIONS
BORDER PATROL STATION
IMPERIAL BEACH, CA
The scope of this project was to renovate the existing Border Patrol station and detention facility in Imperial Beach, CA. Work included construction of an all-new structural steel Sally Port (secure loading/unloading area) with an 8” thick concrete slab, an epoxy-coated no-climb fence, new lighting, front and back motorized roll-up gates for buses and patrol vehicles, and a metal canopy roof. Additional work included new interior lighting, an outdoor shower area, interior storage areas for detainees, gun lockers for agents, electrically-controlled cell security doors, cell intercom systems, new station intercom system, new epoxy flooring for station, new plumbing fixtures (sink/urinal/toilets) in cells, and a large new service counter with stainless steel countertop.
Final Cost: $1,681,692
BAYSHORE BIKEWAY SEGMENTS 4B & 5
SAN DIEGO, CA / NATIONAL CITY, CA
The scope of work for this project was to install new bike paths between San Diego and National City, CA. This included 1 miles of a Class 1 bikeway, 1 miles of a Class 2 bikeway, and 0.2 miles of a Class 3 bikeway. Included in the work was asphalt and pervious concrete paving over base course for the bikeway; new concrete curbs/gutters, medians, and ramps; new concrete gravity walls; removal and reconstruction of a portion of the perimeter fence surrounding Naval Base San Diego; modification of three existing traffic signals; and installation of a solar-powered LED pedestrian warning system. Bridge work consisted of new reinforcing steel and concrete decking; new curbs and gutters; extending existing handrails; new bridge railings; and installing new bikeway signage and striping.
Final Cost: $2,035,000