Consultech is a licensed North Carolina General Contractor and offers various construction services with an emphasis on quality, safety and timeliness. Consultech can respond quickly and effectively to your project requirements with the proven past performance and professional staff to provide expert construction services in the key areas below:
- Construction Management
- Stormwater Installation & Maintenance
- Site clearing & grading
- Stream restoration, pond construction
- Specialty process piping, landfill caps and construction
- Erosion control, concrete construction, public utilities
- Sediment ponds & basins, stormwater & drainage install
- Selective & structural demolition, razing and materials recycling
- Utilities Rehabilitation and Repair
US Department of the Navy, Virginia
The project consisted of subsurface debris removal from scattered wooded disposal areas on approximately 10 acres within Camp Peary. The debris consisted mainly of concrete, UXO, metals, burned wood, glass, coal, construction debris and asbestos containing materials (ACM). The work involved excavation, transportation, and disposal of approximately 23,000 tons of construction, demolition, and ACM debris. The project duration was approximately 5 months.
Additional work performed during this project included:
- Pre/post survey
- Test pitting and sampling
- Characterization/profiling and manifesting of various waste streams
- Backfilling/compaction of fill materials
- Access/haul roads construction and maintenance
- Erosion control installation/maintenance
- Wetlands restoration activities
- Site security
- Site restoration activities including topsoil placement, slope stabilization with erosion matting, mulching and hydro-seeding of all impacted areas
Transportation Safety Administration, Raleigh Durham International Airport
Project consisted of selective demolition of (2) adjacent office space areas and renovation into the existing employee breakroom for one large contiguous space. The work was conducted at the Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Extra care had to be given to noise reduction, timing of work schedules and use of hallways and security doors. The demolition consisted of removal of the existing interior doors, and door frames, drop ceiling and grids, carpets, lighting, interior trim removal, interior gypsum nonstructural walls and termination of abandoned electrical and communication outlets. New fit up consisted of painting walls, VCT installation, new ceiling grid and electrical overhead fixtures, new wall framing and gypsum wallboard installation and re-installation of vinyl trim.
GSA, Raleigh, North Carolina
Project consisted of selective demolition of (2) adjacent office space areas and renovation into conference rooms. The work was conducted at the Federal Courthouse. Extra care had to be given to noise reduction, timing of work schedules and use of hallways and elevators so as not to interfere with the court schedules or proceedings. The demolition consisted of removal of the existing interior doors, and door frames, drop ceiling and grids, carpets, lighting, interior wooden trim removal, interior gypsum nonstructural walls and termination of abandoned electrical outlets. New fit up consisted of wallpapering walls, painting walls, re-carpeting, new ceiling grid and electrical overhead fixtures, new wall framing and gypsum wallboard installation and re-installation of wooden trim.
Wake County Fire Department, Raleigh, North Carolina
Phase I Contract was for the clearing of 1.5 acres of wooded area, installation of all tree protection and erosion control fencing, installation of (3) sediment basins, various riparian buffers and installation of all storm water structures and piping. Phase II Contract was for the demolition of the existing 2 stories, 5500 square foot CMU and brick fire department. Work included removal of most existing utilities and relocation of others, and abandonment of the onsite well and septic tank system. A recycling goal of 80% was achieved for this project, which was higher than the 60% goal set by the customer. Demolition of the entire structure including all concrete slabs at grade, foundations, footings, sidewalks, asphalt drive and parking areas. Additionally, the sub-grade for the future building was graded and leveled prior to de- mobilization. During Phase IV, roof drain lines were installed and tied in to the storm water structures. Erosion control items were removed and the remaining disturbed areas were restored.