Challenge Design-Build Project Delivery Addressed
NAVFAC continues to be pressured to do more with less. Use of the design-build process saves significant time/costs and promotes innovation and improved quality.
dck-ecc pacific guam, LLC (dck-ecc) designed and constructed the $47 million LEED Silver P-822 Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Operations Complex project on Marine Corps Base Hawaii (MCBH), Kaneohe, Hawaii. The project scope included the design-build of a Terminal Operations Complex, an Airfreight Cargo Facility, an Aircraft Fire and Rescue Station (AFRS), a mechanical plant and Aircraft Parking Apron. The Terminal Operations Complex is a two-story 30,700-square-foot building that houses all terminal operations activities and support offices. The cargo facility is comprised of palletizing and conveyance equipment. The AFRS is a state-of-the-art 17,100-square-foot multi-story airfield firefighting facility that includes five apparatus bays; administrative offices; storage and support areas; training, exercise and residential areas; an elevated 360° dispatch tower; access driveways; and parking.
Design-Builder: dck-ecc pacific guam, LLC
Architects: RIM Architects, CDS International (Site Architect)
Engineers: Baldridge & Associates Structural Engineering, Atkins (Airfield Engineer/Site Electrical Engineer)
Specialty Contractors: Alakai Mechanical Corporation, Aloha Fire Systems, Grace Pacific, Group Builders, Jayar Construction, PC Enterprises, Porges Electrical Group, RM Nakamura Plumbing, South Pacific Steel, Swanson Steel Erectors, Inc.
Specialty Consultants: Masa Fujioka and Associates, Popov, Hayre McElroy, Elevations Inc.
Other Key Professionals: SS Dannaway and Associates, Wayne Wixon and Associates, Sam Hirota and Associates, PC Enterprises, Atkins, Miyabara Associates, Censeo + AV Acoustics LLC, Geolabs Inc., Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, K Design Group, Pacific Studio, William Caruso and Associates
Duration of Construction: 32 months
Project Cost: $47,065,414