Window Replacement

Camp Roberts, CA

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The original scope of work included removing and replacing 4,992 of the World War II wood single pane windows in the 4000 and 5000 area barracks buildings of Camp Roberts. This work included lead and asbestos abatement during the removal process. Energy-efficient, double-pane vinyl framed windows replaced the old windows.
This project was performed for the US Army Corps of Engineers with the ultimate customer being the California Army National Guard at Camp Roberts, California.

In addition, each of the 170 buildings required a new 200 amp 42 circuit service panel replacing the buildings’ existing 100 amp service panel. New circuit breakers were also installed and all circuits identified. New ground rods were installed where required. The electrical distribution system into and within the 4100, 4200 and 4300 area of Camp Roberts was also upgraded to accommodate the placement of new 200 amp service panels. This distribution upgrade consisted of replacing transformer, poles, conductor and pole hardware to repair deteriorated infrastructure supporting distribution of primary circuit to quadrangle and secondary circuit with in the quadrangle of electricity to 16 enlisted troop barracks, 4 company size supply/admin buildings, one battalion headquarters building, and 4 troop mess halls.

The contract modification added upgrading overhead electrical to 3 phase power to barracks quads to include removing and reinstalling 2 existing 50 kva transformers for area lighting and adjacent building power, replacing 40 foot poles with 50 foot class 2 poles, installing a 45 ft class 2 pole and installing 150 kva transformers in each quad.

This project was performed for the US Army Corps of Engineers with the ultimate customer being the California Army National Guard at Camp Roberts, California.