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 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.
6/28/18 Project Completed
For a quick primer on Alexandria’s history, stop by this small city museum in a beautiful Greek Revival building dating from 1839. A somewhat dusty array of artifacts, vintage photos and maps tell the stories of Native Americans, colonists fighting for independence, and northerners and southerners caught up in the Civil War (Alexandria became the longest occupied Confederate city).
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
5/17/2017 FCC is awarded the construction to include Interior Renovations and Roof Replacement to include metal joists, Electrical, Plumbing and Mechanical. The project schedule is 180 Days and the value is $800K.
7/17/2017 – Demolition is almost complete. Project is 22 Days ahead of schedule.
12/1/2018 Project Completed
5/10/2017 FCC is awarded to Construct a new 5775 sq. ft. Steel & Masonry Building. This is a Design Build construction project of the Athletic Facility. Project completion is set for June 2017. The Value of this project is over $800K but thanks to the Support of eTech Mechanical, RJ Smith Companies and First Class Contracting all donating substantial efforts to the cause, the concept was brought to reality for this much needed facility. Go Cadets!
The Design team is led by Amy Reineri of Casa Architecture, Civil Engineering by Hulcher & Associates, Structural Engineering by TAM Cornwell, Mechanical Engineering by eTech Mechanical, and Engineer on Record for Inspections is Zannino Engineering. Representing the GC is Tom White, Senior Project Manager.
Project is led by Tom White, Senior Project Manager.
6/15/2017 Progress is finally evident once we achieved the final design and permit process. Site work is under way, underground utilities, foundations and building pad is complete. Structural steel and masonry is in progress.
November 2017 Project Completed
5/27/2017 FCC is awarded the Construction contract for the New Kent Middle School Addition. The project consists of building additions/alteration of a second floor structure to the existing building. The project value is over $1M and the completion schedule is 180 days
7/14/2017 – Work in Progress at the Middle School. The Project is 84 Days ahead of Schedule in an effort to complete the project prior to school starting in the fall.
October 2017 – Project Completed
6/29/2017 FCC is awarded the contract for structural repairs and renovations of the Roof Structure at Lee-Jackson ES. The project consists of demolition of the existing cupola including the roof, all framing, ductwork, mechanical appurtenances and finishes. After the new trusses are on site and ready for installation, remove existing roof trusses and sheathing and apply new roof. Project value is under $250K
FCC is awarded the contract for Design/Build renovations by the AKIMA Companies facility located at Harbor View Suffolk Facility. The project consists of renovations to the Truestone, Five Rivers and Lynxnet Labs. Construction will include HVAC, Electrical as well as finishes renovations to the facility with a value of over $250K