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Miscellaneous Military Project Case Study in California

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Project Overview

Project Title:MARINE CORPS MUSEUM/VISITORS CENTER PH I
Estimated Value:$500,000
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Project Location

State:California
County:San Bernardino
City:Twentynine Palms
Address:Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center

Project Type

Building Category:Miscellaneous Military
Work Type:New

Project Description:

Military - Miscellaneous Pre-Solicitation--IFB N68711-04-B-7718, A NEW CURATION BUILDING (TP-040038R) Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, CA, The Work Includes Furnishing All Materials, Labor, Equipment And Supervision And Incidental Related Work, The Work Includes Site Preparation For New Access Road To The Specified Site Of Approximately 500 L.F. Of 30 ft. Wide Asphalt Surfacing And Minimum Of 3 Parking Spaces Adjacent To The New Curation Facility, Curation Facility Site Shall Be Considered As Phase I Of A Future Museum/Visitors Center Complex, Site Placement Shall Take Into Consideration Area Fill, In Order To Bring Floor Elevation Above The 100-Year Flood Plain, Building Construction Shall Be Of Prefabricated Metal Framework And In Context Of Being An Integral Part Of Future Phase II Museum/Visitors Complex, The Proposed Building, Approximately 2,500 SQ. FT., Includes An Office Area For Two Employees, A Toile Room (Barrier Free), A Lab Area And Separate Curation And File Storage Areas, The Building Shall Be Provided With An HVAC System With Individual Controls For The Curation/File Storage Areas, Interior Finish Of Painted Gypsum Board Shall Be Provided Throughout With Special Wainscot Protection Considered In Curation Storage Area, California Title 21 Requirements For Building Energy Efficiency Shall Be Met Or Exceeded