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North Myrtle Beach Intermediate School

20,000 sq. ft. addition to, and a partial renovation of, an existing building

North Myrtle Beach Intermediate School

SCC was the Prime Contractor
Contract Number: #211
Contract Value: $3,322,993.46
Original Contract Completion Date: May 18, 2007
Completion Date: May 1, 2007
This project is an approximately 20,000 sq. ft. addition to, and a partial renovation of, an existing building. The following is a description of the project:

° The building construction is concrete footings and floor slabs, masonry walls, bar joist and deck roof structure, membrane roofing over rigid insulation board, metal / wood doors and hollow metal frames, and fixed exterior glazing. The building including this type of construction, is common to education, office and warehouse structures.

° The building has large open rooms, private offices, common areas, gang toilets, showers, and storage areas.

° All areas of the building are finished for use by the occupants, including ceilings, casework,lighting equipment, HVAC, fire sprinkler system, and flooring. This building also has an extensive data and alarm system.

General Contractor responsible for all construction activities, coordination and scheduling with government inspectors and testing agencies, submittal approvals, safety, quality, security of students and faculty, background checks for all workers on the project, and collection review and submission of all closeout documents. In addition, SCC self-performed all the masonry, carpentry, and electrical work for the project

This project involved performing a large addition and renovation project at a government facility while that facility was in operation. The safety and security of the building occupants was the top priority for the project. Thorough background checks were conducted for all persons assigned to this project and compliance with the rules and gegulations set by the facility management was critical. This project also had significant minority/disadvantage business goals that were required and met.

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