North Fort Hood / Control House
Location: Fort Hood, TX
Owner: US Army
Contract Value: $526,176.75
Completion Date: 04/2012
Customer: Mission and Installation Contracting Command at Fort Hood
Category: Electrical / Construction / DATACOM
This project consisted of constructing a control house at the North Fort Hood Substation and relocating battery racks from the existing battery house and installing them in the new control house. Also included was construction of voltage electrical controls in the control house, utilities, HVAC, and lighting. This control house allows Government personnel to administer and control the electrical and communications systems of North Fort Hood.
Construction consisted of laying leveling building subgrade for foundation, concrete foundation, CMU exterior walls, steel frame construction, standing seam roof, stained and sealed concrete flooring, electrical, HVAC, landscaping, and jack & boring under roadways for utilities.
Landscape construction maintenance including irrigation equipment cleaning and adjustments, mowing, edging, over seeding, aeration, fertilizing, watering, weeding, pruning, and stake and guy adjusting for all areas within the limits of construction were also provided.