COLCHESTER FIRE DEPARTMENT CONDITION ASSESSMENT
When the Town of Colchester decided to bring its three separate fire houses into a unified district, they brought PCI on to perform condition assessments. We approached this project as a team, and produced detailed analyses of each fire house’s short and long-term needs. Included in this report were Rough Order of Magnitude estimates for each item requiring attention. These estimates, and their associated timelines, will help the Town of Colchester plan and prepare for the years ahead, and for a successful unification of the fire district.
GREEN MOUNTAIN TRANSIT ROOF REPLACEMENT
PCI served as the Owner's Project Manager for Green Mountain Transit's roof replacement. This project spanned the course of several months, coming to completion in the fall of 2019. PCI monitored the project as construction progressed, inspecting for safety and proper installation, as well as performing Davis-Bacon interviews. The project was completed on time and under budget.
MYERS PARK POOL ESTIMATE
The Meyer’s Memorial pool has long been a fixture of summers in Winooski, and an important part of the community. When Weston and Sampson contacted PCI to perform an estimate, we were happy to help ensure the project would flourish. PCI performed three estimates for this community pool renovation project. One was completed at 100% Design Development, one at 50% Construction Documents, and one at 100% Construction Documents. PCI’s role in the project lasted for about 5 months while the project progressed through the design phase.
The Downtown Burlington Station, over ten years in the planning, provides a central urban hub for Vermont’s largest public transportation authority. PCI assisted with site selection research and budget estimating during the planning process. In the pre-construction phase we developed and administered a comprehensive contractor qualification process. We also conducted progress and compliance inspections on behalf of the owner throughout the construction phase.
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BUS BARN EXPANSION, CCTA
Served as Owner’s Representative with services that included project planning, value management, contractor pre-qualification, bid administration, contract administration, progress inspections and general project oversight. Project was a $1.1M, 8,500 square foot addition to an existing bus storage facility serving Chittenden County Transportation Authority. Structural steel building addition, including extensive site and storm water work.
ELEVATOR MODERNIZATION, SENIOR HOUSING
When the Winooski Housing Authority needed to modernize two, thirty-five year-old elevators in a senior housing facility, they called on PCI to plan and manage the project. Our duties included coordinating the development of the project specifications, producing the project manual, administering the bid, contractor qualifications and contract administration. Served as the designated Contracting Officer on behalf of owner.
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PUMP STATION REPLACEMENT
Project was the replacement of a sewage pump station for 59 units of public family housing. This $250K HUD funded project was one of the first in Vermont, which utilized 2009 stimulus funds. Services included procurement and coordination of design services, project planning, bid administration, value management, and contract administration. Served as officially designated Contracting Officer under HUD rules.
LARGE VEHICLE PAINTING FACILITY
Project is a 56’ x 16’x 16’ crossflow paint booth to accommodate public transit buses with a project cost of $325K. Essentially constructing a building within a building, this highly technical project required extensive structural, electrical and mechanical engineering. Served as Owner’s Representative with services that included planning, design team liaison, producing budget estimates, contractor qualification, value management, and bid and contract administration.
OFFICE FIT-UP, CCTA
PCI served as Owner’s Representative for VT’s largest non-profit transit authority with services that included project planning, bid administration, value management, contract administration, progress inspections and general project oversight. This project created 8,100 square feet of new office space in previously unfinished space. Construction hard costs came in under $46/ SF and the project had a total cost of $400K.
TRANSIT PASSENGER SHELTERS
Addison, Chittenden, Franklin, Lamoille and Washington Counties, Vermont
Planning and management of site selection, permit acquisition, bid administration, contract administration, and project oversight.