- WBK participated in a multi-disciplined team effort to facilitate Design Build Requests for Proposal contracts for the USACE at Fort Polk, La. The project scope included renovation of six Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility (TEMF) buildings and the adjacent site facilities. Specifically, WBK
facilitated development of design build scope elements through inspection of hardstand (pavement), utilities, erosion and demolition in coordination with other disciplines including architects, MEP and structural engineers. Deliverables included site/civil exhibits and USACE scope of work documents in compliance with USACE standards and guidelines.
WBK led the Civil Engineering and site design effort of a multi-disciplined team facilitating Design Build scope documents and contracts for the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) at Fort Polk, La. The project scope included renovation of seventeen TEMF buildings and the adjacent site facilities with a total estimated construction cost of $111,000,000.
Specifically, WBK facilitated development of design build scope documents including Civil Site drawings and exhibits and Scope of Work specifications. Specific tasks include:
- Site inspection at seventeen separate and distinct facilities:
» Hardstand (pavement),
» Utilities including water supply and drainage infrastructure,
» Erosion and site drainage conditions
» Structural design of nine buildings
- Coordination with other disciplines including architects, mechanical, electrical and fire protection engineers
- Participation in on-site and remote project charettes coordinating with USACE staff, Fort Polk staff and a privatized water supplier
- Review of cost estimating and project scheduling
Deliverables included site/civil exhibits and USACE scope of work documents in compliance with USACE and United Facilities Criteria as well as all local requirements. Each building was packaged completely
independently, permitting the Government to issue each building/facility for bid separately if desired.