Renovations and repairs to the interior and exterior apartment complex. Interior renovations to each apartment included upgrading carpet, paint, appliances, flooring and lighting. Exterior renovations and civil work included, common area upgrades (includes BBQ/Picnic area, Fire Pit), upgraded landscaping, added covered parking, pool upgrades (includes enlarged pool deck, new concrete coat decking), dog park amenities, court yard upgrades, clubhouse and fitness upgrades. There was a complex schedule with tight turn times and minimal disruptions to existing tenants. Project value approx. $2.17 million.
Extensive concrete, civil grading and downspout repairs throughout the community. Excavate, remove and replace concrete, saw cut concrete and replaced in areas where feasible, civil work included removing landscaping, rework irrigation, excavate, regrade and install new landscaping. This project was broken out into three phases over three years. Project value to date approximately $466,000.
North tower sealants, weep holes and window/glass replacement and repairs. Project included extensive background and health requirements for all employees prior to the beginning of this project. Major safety requirements were taken, as the emergency entrance is located in the North Tower and patients need access during the project. RECON completed Phase II of the North Tower to complete the work on this part of the hospital. Project value approx. $636,000.
This property had extensive water damage from the deck to the interior of the unit. The more we opened up components of the deck the more damage we found. We had to mitigate for biological growth. Remove and replace the existing EPDM deck membrane, remove and replace the stucco deck walls, metal flashing and siding to tie-in to new membrane. Also made interior drywall repairs where there was water damage. Project value approx. 31,500.
This Pedestrian Egress Bridge Project consisted of complete removal and construction of a new steel bridge. The project included demo, work on the existing foundation wall, new concrete, steel installation, fiberglass grating for walkway, and painting. This project included extensive communication with the homeowners, as we had to close the garage during the day in order to work on the bridge. Homeowners had to remove their vehicles by 7:30 am every morning. Safety was paramount for our workers, to avoid being hit by a vehicle coming out of the garage. Project value approx. $77,000.