FCC is awarded the Construction Project for the Monument Terrace Building. The project consists of the cleaning, repair and restoration of existing exterior surfaces from ground level up to the level of the roof fascia including, windows, doors, granite, limestone, concrete, cement stucco, facing brick, guardrails, handrails, grilles, gutters, and downspouts. Interior work will include single glazed energy windows installed on the interior side of windows where noted. All work shall comply with Historic Treatment Procedures. Project value is north of $550K
FCC is awarded the contract for Historical renovations of the WWII Torpedo Factory Facility in Arlington, VA. The scope of work includes masonry renovations, window unit rebuilding and protective coatings. The project value is over $700K. FCC was selected on this project due to past performance of Historical Renovations as well as Performance at the Lycium Museum for the City of Alexandria.
FCC is awarded the construction contract for renovations and exterior repairs to the Henrico county Library Headquarters located on Parham Road. the scope of the project includes site work, concrete pavements and ADA Rails leading to the parking lot. The Value is $250K and the project is expected to be completed by 1/31/2019
FCC is awarded the Contract for Additions and Alterations to the Circuit City Building for the City of Charlottesville. The Project consists of a two story addition and alterations to the existing building to include Walls, Detention Rooms, Judges Chambers and new Courtrooms. The work includes Structural Components, Electrical including a back up generator, Mechanical, Safety Glazing, Security and Alarm Systems, Fire Sprinklers and Finishes. Project Value is $3.8M. construction is set to begin January 2019.
FCC is awarded the Construction Contract for renovations/additions of Departures Building at Norfolk International Airport. Scope of work consists of Demolition of two precast vestibules and portions of the existing building envelope. Remove two hydraulic elevators, modernization and renovation of two existing elevators. One passenger and one freight.
Construction of 2 new two-story vestibule expansions, each with new hydraulic passenger elevators. The expansions will be precast panel on structural steel framing and glazed curtain walls. Project Value $2.7M
FCC is awarded the Construction Contract for renovations of warehouse 60 at Defense General Supply Center Richmond.
Project consists of major renovation and repair encompassing the entire low-roof addition to Warehouse 60C. Construction to include New Roofing, Windows and Doors, Interior renovations of walls, ceilings, floors, Mechanical, Plumbing, Electrical, Low Voltage, Fire Alarms and Sprinklers as well as a complete Furniture Package. Project Value $1.8M
6/29/2017 FCC is awarded the Add/Alterations of the Bliley’s Facility on Hull Street Road. Interior and Exterior Renovations to include all new interior finishes, replacement of exterior façade finishes and exterior landscaping, asphalt pavement repairs, new storefront systems, and structural changes. Construction Investment is $2.5M
7/19/2017 Phase I of the interior scope is under way. All inspections have been released and finishes are starting to take place.
Project Completed May 2018
FCC is awarded the Contract for the Renovations and Structural Repairs to the 2nd and Grace Street Parking Deck. The scope of work includes Rebuild brick veneer. Tuck-pointing of brick masonry. Replace shelf angles. Drill new weep holes. Install new clip connections at CMU tops. Reconstruction of reinforced CMU wall. Reset precast coping panels. Roofing replacement. Power wash brick façade.
FCC is awarded the Contract for the Renovations at Byrd Park. The scope of work include, but are not limited to removal, replacement and restoration of existing windows and exterior doors at the Byrd Park Reserve Pump Station located at 1708 Pumphouse Road. Project Value $300K.
FCC is awarded the Contract for Exterior Renovations to the Lyceum: Alexandria’s History Museum. The Lyceum is a historic building that was constructed in 1839. Currently, the building serves as both a museum and a learning center. The operating hours for the facility are Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., EST. The facility shall remain fully-functional during the Construction process and must be accessible during operational hours. This project includes demolition, exterior painting of building and window areas, stucco repair, replacement of damaged wood trim, caulking, carpentry, door hardware maintenance, and gutter and downspout inspection/repair. All historic work completed within this project shall fall under the purview of the Building Architectural Review (BAR).
5/1/2018 Work in Progress. Construction has Started.