MULTIPLE FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS
ENGINEER - OWNER
The project consisted of consolidating manufacturing and office operations from three facilities to one. The project scope included renovation of offices, laboratories, restrooms, and manufacturing and security areas. All with minimal impact to operations. Self-performed work included excavation, demolition, structural concrete, sidewalks, framing, drywall, doors and frames, ceilings, and finishes.
UPGRADE / RELOCATION PHOENIX, AZ
ARCHITECT - DIETERICH ARCHITECTURAL GROUP
Construction management and construction services for the relocation of the Matheson Tri-Gas cylinder fill facility. Upgraded the building to meet H-6 classification to accommodate the installation of the cylinder fill systems. New concrete paving, structural tank foundations, and the architectural work were self-performed. Facility upgrades included new electrical distribution equipment, emergency power system, exhaust system, and process piping to support the fill station equipment.
ENGINEER - OWNER, PIPING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
A variety of improvements for this long-time client including office renovations, data center improvements, new buildings, and cooling tower installations. Projects consistently met budget and schedule requirements.
ENGINEER - PIPING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
Construction manager for the construction of a new facility that houses a manufacturing line and waste water treatment for Sturm Ruger’s plant in Prescott. The project was delivered with minimal impact to operations. An existing waste water treatment facility was temporarily relocated prior to ground-breaking and then built into the new facility. A 60-ton vault was placed below grade with a network of floor drains and concrete curbing for fire-sprinkler containment. Sub-grade conditions required special preparation for the building’s foundations. Preconstruction services included design assistance, budgeting, scheduling, constructability analyses, value engineering, bid procurement, and contracting. Provided a guaranteed maximum price and managed the project through completion.
EXPANSION / RENOVATION
PHOENIX, AZ ARCHITECT - CBH CONSULTING ENGINEERS
Construction services for the new test sled – drop tower expansion. The project required upgrades to accommodate the installation of the new systems. New concrete, structural foundations, and the architectural work were self-performed by Caruso Construction, Inc.. The facility also needed new electrical distribution equipment, emergency power system, exhaust system, and process piping to support the process equipment.
ARCHITECT - PROSSER ENTERPRISES
Office & laboratory improvement project located in Technolab's home in Tempe, AZ. The build-out included a reception area, conference rooms, offices, processing labs, and break area. Coordinated all the activities of the architectural, mechanical, and electrical consultants and completed this fast-track project on schedule.
ARCHITECT - MCCALL AND ASSOCIATES
4,000 SF renovation was completed for the addition of manufacturing and office space.
RENOVATION / ADDITION
ARCHITECT - VP ARCHITECTS
A 10,000 SF building was converted from a granite countertop manufacturing facility into a distribution center. Improvements included office additions with metal stud framing, drywall, doors, windows, floors, and ceilings, as well as roof framing, insulation, and electrical modifications throughout the facility.
QUEEN CREEK, AZ
ARCHITECT - DURKIN & DURKIN ARCHITECTS, LLC
New 6,500 SF vehicle maintenance facility for the Town of Queen Creek. The project involved the construction of a metal building to accommodate the town’s commercial fleet and fire trucks. The structure includes nine high and low bay overhead doors.
ARCHITECT - OWNER
Construction of three laboratories in a systems-critical facility with minimal impact to operations. Work included demolition, framing, electrical, plumbing, finishes, and installation of a liquid nitrogen system. Work was completed on time and within budget.
Caruso provides construction services for a variety of facility improvements at Heraeus including site demolition, site work, concrete, framing, roofing, drywall, painting, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and utility work.