US Army Corps of Engineers Mechanical Upgrades and Roof Repairs to the Samuel S. Stratton Veteran Army Medical Center (VAMC) in Albany, New York
Meltech completed this project for the US Army Corps of Engineers for Mechanical Upgrades and Roof Repairs to the Samuel S. Stratton Veteran Army Medical Center (VAMC) in Albany, New York.
This design-build project took place at the Samuel S. Stratton VA Medical Center in Albany, New York, and consisted of the demolition of the existing gas and gas-vent piping, hot water heaters including all associated piping and equipment (and including temporary removal of some equipment and fixtures such as ceiling tiles), and the replacement with new hot water storage tanks, hot water heaters, expansion tanks, pumps, copper-silver ion water treatment units, ultraviolet disinfection units, acid neutralization tanks, wiring and conduits, centrifugal pumps, electrical boxes, panel-boards and circuit breakers, prefabricated flue vent system, plumbing and mechanical appurtenances, concrete equipment pads, associated piping and water distribution system, fittings, valves, drainage troughs, carbon monoxide and gas sensors, gas meters, valves and regulators, controls for mechanical system, etc., and commissioning of all installed equipment. The project also included some roof repairs.
The contract modification work included pipe freezing for the connection work, natural gas replacement regulator, MEP changes, remote alarm for hot water, Bldg. 4 Roof Repairs and some miscellaneous piping replacements.