This $8 million project’s scope of work involved working among and around the Denali National Park Service offices and residences while normal park life operations continued, replacing the water and sewer systems, replacing boilers and other mechanical and electrical improvements inside and outside the buildings, and reconstructing the road system. Specifically, this project included installation of: 2,825 LF of 8”x18” and 10”x18” Arctic Pipe sewer mains; Arctic Pipe sewer services to 25 buildings; 23 insulated Manholes; 3,813 LF of 6”x15” and 8”x18” water mains including 16 valves; 10 Fire Hydrants; Arctic Pipe sewer services to 25 buildings; 4 each 1,000-gallon and 2,000-gallon propane tanks, including distribution lines to the various buildings; Demolition and reconstruction of 86,750 SF of asphalt roadways and pathways, including ditching, drainage, and subgrade reconstruction; Propane boilers to replace inadequate or antiquated heating systems in 5 buildings; Associated building repairs and refurbishments; Interior and exterior electrical improvements, and reconstructing the road system.
LeMay Engineering & Consulting, Inc. supported GMC Contracting, Inc. on this two-year program by providing the following engineering services: Preparation of the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP), Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC), Hazardous Material Control Plan (HMCP); Historical Preservation Treatment Plan, Commissioning Plan, Waste Management Plan, and the Hazard Communications Plan; Preparation and Implementation of the CQC Plan (Preliminary and Final); Submittal Review, Tracking, and Processing; RFI Review and Tracking; and Providing On-Site Contractor Quality Control (QC) Management; On-Site SWPPP Management; On-Site Noise and Acoustical Monitoring; On-Site Commissioning Services; and On-Site Environmental Monitoring Services. We provided on-site CQC and SWPPP management and reviewed, tracked, and processed all submittals as well as reviewed and tracked all requests for information. We regularly coordinated with the National Park Service, GMC Contracting, Inc., and its subcontractors to keep the schedule updated and the program running as smoothly as possible.