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U.S. Federal Courthouse / U.S. Post Office

New Federal Courthouse and U.S. Post Office in downtown Lynchburg occupies a full city block at 11th, 12th, Clay, and Court Streets. This was a $15M project.

Hurt & Proffitt provided all surveying (topo, boundary, ALTA, construction), site planning and grading, stormwater management and erosion control, environmental engineering including Phase I and II site assessments, asbestos, lead and radon testing, and utility design coordination with the City of Lynchburg for the project. The firm also provided the extensive geotechnical investigations due to the grade changes and soil/rock substructure on the site, materials testing, and the landscape plan.

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Fort Lee Child Development Center (Design-Build)

Hurt & Proffitt is working with AECOM Design and Homeland Contracting Corporation on their second construction contract under an Army MATOC contract. This project is for a medium-size Child Development Center and Youth Services Building design-build construction project at Fort Lee, Virginia.
 
Hurt & Proffitt is providing civil engineering site design from the Norfolk office and geotechnical engineering services from the Lynchburg office. The lead design firm is AECOM Design, Virginia Beach. The center will provide child care and space for the Youth Services office. The building will be approximately 20,000 SF on a site of about two acres between the existing Child Development Center and the base chapel.  The US Army Corps of Engineers coordinated this project to provide care for 125 children, which includes infants, pre-toddler, and pre-school age children. The center will also include a full service kitchen, separate adult and children’s bathrooms, staff lounge, and a waiting area.  The construction contract is valued at $5.0 M.

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Fort Pickett – USACE Boundary Survey

Hurt & Proffitt, Inc. is currently under contract with Parsons Brinckerhoff (Norfolk, Virginia) to provide a Boundary Survey of the entire Main Reservation and Reservoir areas of the Fort Pickett – Army National Guard – Maneuver Training Center. Parsons Brinckerhoff is under direct contract with USACE. The survey includes approximately 58 miles of perimeter boundary and approximately 40,000 acres. A Boundary plat suitable for recording in the Court House of three Counties will be provided to the Department of Public Works at Fort Pickett.

Initial reconnaissance of approximately 58 miles near is completion and approximately 50 miles of traverse has been run. Much of the Reservoir area (1500+ acres) is accessible only by boat. Setting of missing monuments and marking of surveyed boundary will be completed for both the main reservation and the reservoir areas. Office work will include review of all research, analysis of field work vs. record documents, reporting of possible property gaps/overlaps and drafting of final plat. This project is estimated to be completed within a twelve month time frame from start of research to end of line marking.

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Fort Eustis Battalion Headquarters Building

Hurt & Proffitt is part of design-build team led by general contractor Homeland Contracting Corporation that also includes lead design firm AECOM Design (f/k/a HSMM/AECOM). The design-build team was awarded a design-build project to construct a two-story 14,000 SF Battalion Headquarters Building at Fort Eustis, Virginia. The project award was the first under the multi-million dollar Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) for 8a general contractors in the Norfolk District.

Hurt & Proffitt’s project responsibility consists of re-grading a mild hillside adjacent to an existing wetland to provide a flat building pad, removal of existing parking to meet Anti-Terrorism Force Protection (ATFP) standoff distance requirements, and connection of utilities to the existing infrastructure system. Site work includes selective clearing of existing trees to make room for the new building and sidewalks to connect to the existing parking lots and the base sidewalk system. The building and site are designed to meet a LEED Silver certification.

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Camp Allen Base Housing MUH PPV

The United States Navy selected our Norfolk Office as part of the design build team for the Camp Allen Base Housing MUH PPV. The project included all site grading as well as the building pad for a 1M SF building and thirty-seven (37) manor homes. Utility lines included 4,185 LF of storm drain pipe, 2240 LF of sanitary sewer pipe, 4320 LF of waterline and 1320 LF of electrical ductbank. Work will include stakeout for misc. site features and grading to include recreational and landscape features and athletic fields. Also included are 8,670 LF of curb & gutter.

Hurt & Proffitt provided site surveying for the construction of the six (6) story multi-unit housing facility located at Camp Allen in Norfolk. Our staff is providing control baselines on each quadrant of the building for all six (6) levels of the main housing structure.

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Langley Air Force Base – Hospital Additions

The United States Department of Defense selected our Norfolk Office as part of the design build team for the Langley Air Force Base Hospital Additions & Alterations. The project consisted of surveying a 150,000 SF medical building addition in the Langley Air Force Base on Nealy Avenue.

Hurt & Proffitt provided building control lines, pile layout, and a pile as-built report. The building and duct bank have already been completed. Layout for all the associated site work will be complete in the near future.

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