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Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic – Week 10

The light at the end of the extremely short and accelerated tunnel can be seen for the new Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic in Raleigh, NC.  The new orthopedic clinic, as designed by Gontram Architecture, will begin seeing patients as soon as January 15th.

Ceiling grid is complete.  Permanent LED fixtures are installed.  HVAC distribution is wrapping up.  That means, Above Ceiling inspections are underway!  Once complete, ceiling tile will be installed, flooring will begin, and cabinetry will be installed.

This project is being provided to the Owner via the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture.

AECOM/URS/NCTA – Weeks 06-07

Work at the North Carolina Turnpike Authority’s toll operations continues to progress. Sheetrock finishing is underway.  HVAC rough-in is complete, and electrical work overhead is almost finished.  Prime paint and ceiling grid work is expected before Christmas.

This project is due to be complete by late January, 2018. So far, so good.

This project is being provided to the Owner via the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture.

Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic – Week 8-9

Work on the new Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic continues!

Tremendous progress has been made in the last 2 weeks on the orthopedic clinic, as designed by Gontram Architecture.  Sheetrock finishing has wrapped up, walls have been prime painted, ceiling grid is being installed, HVAC rough-in nears completion, and new LED lighting is about to be installed.

This project is due to be complete by mid January, 2018. So far, so good.

This project is being provided to the Owner via the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture.

Wake Spine – Week 8-9

Construction on the Wake Spine project continues at a furious clip.

Progress continues at the new medical office fitup, as designed by Gontram Architecture.  Prime paint is complete.  Ceiling grid has been installed. HVAC distribution is complete to the grid. And, new LED light fixtures are installed and burning.

This project is due to be complete by mid January, 2018. So far, so good.

This project is being provided to the Owner via the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture.

Wake Spine – Week 7

The 7th week of construction on the Wake Spine project picked up after the Thanksgiving holiday.

Tremendous progress continues at the new medical office fitup, as designed by Gontram Architecture.  Sheetrock finishing, HVAC rough-in, and electrical work overhead continued this week.  Ceramic tile installation began in the restrooms.  Prime paint was put on the walls and door frames.

This project is due to be complete by mid January, 2018. So far, so good.

This project is being provided to the Owner via the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture.

Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic – Week 7

The 7th week of construction picked up after the Thanksgiving holiday.

Tremendous progress continues at the new Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic, as designed by Gontram Architecture.  Sheetrock finishing, HVAC rough-in, and electrical work overhead continued this week.  The X-ray suite was further refined with the wall electrical work.

This project is due to be complete by mid January, 2018. So far, so good.

This project is being provided to the Owner via the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture.

AECOM/URS/NCTA – Week 05

No crazy, shoddy, prior-construction nightmares to report this week, at least not noteworthy enough to include here.

We are plugging away at the new call center facility for the North Carolina Turnpike Authority’s toll operations. Sheetrock hanging, HVAC rough-in, and electrical work overhead continued this week.  Concrete was also patched back.

This project is due to be complete by late January, 2018. So far, so good.

This project is being provided to the Owner via the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture.

Wake Spine Clinic – Week 6

We are plugging away at the new Wake Spine Clinic, as designed by Gontram Architecture.  Sheetrock finishing, HVAC rough-in, and electrical work overhead continued this week.

This project is due to be complete by early January, 2018. So far, so good.

This project is being provided to the Owner via the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture.

Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic – Week 6

A holiday week is always tough to get things accomplished.  Thanksgiving is not just a one day holiday, either (even though it is just one day on the calendar).  Workers (and Inspectors, especially) like to roll that into a 5-day weekend, turning one lost day into 3.

Regardless, we are plugging away at the new Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic, as designed by Gontram Architecture.  Sheetrock finishing, HVAC rough-in, and electrical work overhead continued this week.

This project is due to be complete by early January, 2018. So far, so good.

This project is being provided to the Owner via the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture.

AECOM/URS/NCTA – Week 04

During a renovation project, we get to see a LOT of crazy stuff.  This project is no different.  Last week, we accidentally discovered an uncapped cleanout from the original project.  It was left open (no cleanout cover), stuffed with plastic sheeting, covered over with concrete, and a wall was built on top of it.

We discovered it when we attempted to patch the concrete “divot” after the wall was removed during demolition. The concrete actually pushed the “plug” further down the pipe. By the time the worker realized it was a pipe, too much concrete had been put into the pipe and the whole assembly had to be cut out and replaced (oops).

Regardless, we are plugging away at the new call center facility for the North Carolina Turnpike Authority’s toll operations. Sheetrock hanging, HVAC rough-in, and electrical work overhead continued this week.

This project is due to be complete by late January, 2018. So far, so good.

This project is being provided to the Owner via the Architect-led Design-Build process with Gontram Architecture.

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