Development One provided design expertise for rooftop water intrusion repairs, and associated repair of window washing equipment for this federal building. Water intrusion repair included determining the source of leaks, then designing for the repair and prevention of moisture problems before severe structural damage and mold toxicity could occur.
This building’s initial investigation indicated a deficiency in the third and fourth level patios. Development One provided an extensive site survey including water testing field analysis, along with cost estimates, specifications/drawings, and construction sequencing for repairs to the south entry pavilion roof, and damaged ceiling lobby drywall. Project work included the following:
Development One provided investigative services and prepared the design, cost estimate, and specifications/drawings to eliminate water intrusion on the building’s south side. Project work also included construction sequencing to keep the building fully operational during repairs. The project included the following services:
Development One provided fire/life/safety and water intrusion repair design services for this 64,000-sf facility. New water flow and supervisory devices with shunt trip breaker controls were integrated with the existing fire alarm. In addition, the existing sprinkler system risers, basement, and first floor sprinkler piping system were modified to accept the new wet-pipe sprinkler systems. Development One also provided: