PCI has been involved in Winooski Housing Authority's Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) project since 2018. Made up of multiple renovation projects, RAD included the Spring Gardens Roof Replacement. Natty Jamison served as Owner’s Project Manager for this sub-project. The roof had previously been a ballasted system, and was replaced with a state of the art, mechanically attached membrane. The project was completed over the course of 3 months due to the COVID-19 outbreak and finished under budget.
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's Senior Project Manager Hunter Gomez 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.
The Downtown Burlington Station, over ten years in the planning, provides a central urban hub for Vermont’s largest public transportation authority. Peterson Consulting 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.
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.
SOLAR LIGHTING PROTOTYPE
Essex Jct. & S. Burlington, Vermont
Selected by CCTA to head-up a team to identify solar-powered lighting options for existing bus passenger shelters. Coordinated efforts of architect, electrical engineer, manufacturers and contractor. Performed trouble-shooting on installed systems and fine-tuned equipment and installation details.
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.
OFFICE FIT-UP, CCTA
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. 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.
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