Caminiti Consulting provided resident engineering and project controls services for the $25 million renovation to three existing hangar buildings. The project consisted of interior and exterior renovations to two existing hangar buildings and temporary repairs to a third. The project scope included upgrades to produce an extended useful life for Buildings 8 and 9, and a 5-year stabilization period to a vacant Building 16. Upgrades for Buildings 8 and 9 included abatement of hazardous materials, interior demolition, replacement of MEPS systems, weather-tight enclosures, compliance with codes, and improved exterior appearances.
As resident engineer and project controls manager, Caminiti Consulting was responsible for monitoring the CM-at-Risk and subcontractor’s adherence to the contract documents, review and negotiation of requisitions for payment and change orders, and monitoring of extra work performed on time and materials. Caminiti Consulting was also responsible for coordinating the construction activities with the designer, MPA Operations and Facilities departments and adjacent contractors to ensure that the work does not interfere with airport operations.