JHL provided full-service preconstruction, construction management, and general contracting services on this project for the City of Westminster. The project consisted of the new construction of 27,000 square feet of new equipment and material storage buildings and the complete renovation and re-commissioning of 74,668 square feet of existing administration, service management, emergency management, and public works buildings, along with major site improvements to the 14 acre site. The project scope spanned seven individual buildings (five existing and two new). The new facilities consisted of a 20,000 square foot structural brick, 20-bay equipment and material storage facility, and a 7,000 square foot engineered metal, 5-bay equipment building. The renovation of the existing facilities included the complete interior demolition and re-commissioning of a 40,000 square foot vehicle service building into a new administration facility service building, along with new wash facilities, equipment and material storage, site utilities and drainage improvements, and landscape upgrades.
“We could not be more pleased with the completed project, the professionalism of your staff and subconsultants, and your commitment to meeting the project schedule. Going into the project, we collectively knew that the schedule the City asked your firm to meet was aggressive and potentially not achievable should anything go wrong, but your team’s ‘can-do’ and solution oriented approach successfully met every City milestone along the way. I would like to emphasize what a joy and pleasure it was for me and my staff to work with a contractor that accepted responsibility for their actions, met their commitments, and did what they said they would do. I certainly do not intend to paint a negative image of the other contractors that the City works with, however, working with your firm was a breath of fresh air. Thank you again for your firm’s commitment and professionalism to achieving another successful project. We look forward to working with your firm in the future.”
Formerly with City of Westminster