Payload Integration Tower

PROJECT SCOPE

Project consisted of the new construction of a 300-ft tower for moving and loading cargo and fuel onto rockets. Estimated costs for this project, which is temporarily shelved due to being over budget, came in at $118M.
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ULA Facility Upgrade SLC-6

PROJECT SCOPE

Project consisted of the replacement and retrofit of ten electrical substations, underground utilities and ancillary structures serving a launch facility at Vandenberg Air Force Base. As a result of our cost estimate coming in significantly over construction budget, project is currently under redesign.
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Hyperloop Test Track Facility

PROJECT SCOPE

The Hyperloop consisted of a mile-long vacuum chamber requiring internal track tolerances measured to within thousandths of an inch. The project is considered the second largest vacuum chamber in the world, second only to the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland. The Hyperloop is an innovative new mode of transportation for quickly moving people and cargo at roughly the speed of sound using evacuated tubes / pipelines and vehicles that magnetically levitate over the track’s surface. Electric propulsion – which requires very little energy due to the reduced friction and air resistance - is used to accelerate the vehicles and maintain high speeds. This futuristic infrastructure project posed numerous challenges to the engineering and construction staff. The specified tolerances were very unique within the construction industry, which required intense collaboration between Precision and the engineering team to create a design that was both functional and cost-effective to build. The test track also passed over a railroad spur, which required a draw-bridge capable of accommodating a passing train before being reset to within tolerance. This uniquely challenging construction project required collaboration between all project team members. Design Professionals, Owner Representatives and Precision, the Cost Estimator worked together for almost a year before the final design was ready for construction. The final outcome was a highly successful project delivered within the intended budget and schedule.
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Atascadero Unified School Repairs

PROJECT SCOPE

Precision Construction Services was hired by the Atascadero Unified School District to provide various faculty apartment improvements at the Carrisa Plains Elementary School. The project included various repairs and upgrades to the laundry/storage room including fascia, drywall, painting and stucco work. New doors were installed with security upgrades and various repairs at exterior spaces were performed, including the replacement of fascia and soffits, various painting projects and other miscellaneous repairs. All work was self-performed on an accelerated schedule to complete the scope of work at the tail end of a student break in 2018.
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