Saw-cut and remove a complete 20’ tall partition wall consisting of C.M.U., metal studs, and drywall in order to allow the White Sands Construction to remove an existing altitude trainer located in the adjacent room. Remove small portion of drywall ceiling and roof to access back side of C.M.U. wall to unbolt partition from structure. Install temporary wood and steel partition with plastic to protect and support room from the environment.
After removal of altitude trainer, replace the following:
New Grouted C.M.U Wall to match existing
New metal coping and roofing to seal up against new C.M.U. wall
New Metal Stud Partition
New Drywall on new partition and part of ceiling – TBT
Paint all new surfaces
Remove/Replace Carpet and Cove Base
Remove/Reinstall electrical in new wall including re-using existing exterior light
Altitude Chamber will have to be jacked up in place and set on many steel pipes. Once on the steel pipes, White Sands will carefully winch the altitude chamber out of the building. Once out of the building it will be set on railroad ties to protect the existing asphalt. (Any concrete damaged (Sidewalks and curb) will be priced out at a later date) Once on the railroad ties, White Sands will lift chamber to set on government furnished trailer. Government to haul-off altitude chamber.
Sq Ft: 1,000
Completion Date: 02/15/2011
Owner: Holloman Air Force Base
Architect: Vision Architecture
Location: HAFB, NM