The project involves comprehensive design and construction repairs for building B290, aiming to elevate the facility to meet Tyndall Integrated Facilities System (IFS) standards and wind speed ratings. Through various upgrades and repairs, this project will ensure compliance with Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC). The primary focus areas include the roof, windows, doors, hangar doors, HVAC systems, fire protection systems, electrical systems, and communications infrastructure.

Scope of Work:

  1. Roof Repairs and Upgrades:

    • Replacement of the existing roof with materials and construction methods that meet Tyndall IFS and wind speed ratings.
    • Install new roof flashings, vents, gutters, and downspouts to ensure adequate water management and prevent leaks.
  2. Windows and Doors:

    • Replacement and installation of windows with high-performance, energy-efficient models that meet UFC standards and wind speed ratings.
    • We are upgrading and installing new doors to enhance security, functionality, and compliance with UFC criteria.
  1. Hangar Doors:

    • Install or replace hangar doors to meet current operational requirements and UFC standards.
    • They ensure that hangar doors are robust, secure, and capable of withstanding high wind speeds.
  2. HVAC Systems:

    • Comprehensive evaluation and upgrading of the HVAC systems to ensure optimal indoor climate control and energy efficiency.
    • Installation of new HVAC units where necessary, along with ductwork and controls that meet UFC and Tyndall IFS standards.
  3. Fire Protection Systems:

    • Upgrading and installation of state-of-the-art fire protection systems to enhance the safety of personnel and assets.
    • Integration of advanced fire detection and suppression systems in compliance with UFC requirements.
  4. Electrical Systems:

    • We are overhauling the electrical systems to meet current safety standards and operational needs.
    • Installation of energy-efficient lighting, power distribution systems, and backup power solutions as necessary.
  5. Communications Infrastructure:

    • We are upgrading or installing new communications systems to support modern operational requirements.
    • We ensure robust and reliable connectivity within the facility to meet UFC and Tyndall IFS standards.
  6. Compliance and Standards:

    • Ensuring all repairs and upgrades meet the stringent requirements of Tyndall IFS and UFC standards.
    • We conduct thorough inspections and quality assurance checks to verify compliance and functionality.

Additional Activities:

  • Project Management:

    • Coordination with stakeholders to minimize disruptions to ongoing operations.
    • We ensure the timely completion of all project phases through effective project management and scheduling.
  • Environmental Considerations:

    • We adhere to environmental regulations during demolition, disposal, and construction activities.
    • We are implementing sustainable practices to reduce the environmental impact of the project.
  • Safety Protocols:

    • Strict adherence to safety protocols to protect workers and personnel during the construction process.
    • Regular safety audits and training sessions to maintain a safe working environment.

Overall, this project will transform building B290 into a state-of-the-art facility that meets the latest safety, efficiency, and operational capability standards, ensuring long-term resilience and functionality.

At A Glance

SES Civil to SES Construction and Fuel Services
Contract Price: $23,467,430.

TITAN RoleSite Safety & Health Officer (SSHO)
ClientSES Civil

Site Safety and Health Officers’ Scope of Work

  • Conduct daily safety and health inspections, maintaining a log of inspected areas, dates, hazards, corrective actions, and completion dates. Submit daily reports to the QC Manager.
  • Conducted mishap investigations, completed accident reports, and reported near misses.
  • Use and maintain OSHA’s Form 300 to log work-related injuries and post Form 300A on the site safety bulletin board.
  • Attend pre-construction, mutual understanding, three-phase quality, and progress meetings.
  • Review, approve, implement, and enforce the APP and Accident Hazard Awareness (AHAs) for compliance with EM 385-1-1.
  • Maintain applicable safety reference materials on-site.
  • Establish and maintain a safety deficiency tracking system.
  • Maintain a list of hazardous chemicals and their Safety Data Sheets (SDSs).
  • Maintain a weekly list of high-hazard activities and be prepared to discuss details during Quality Control Progress Meetings.