Installation of Industrial Control System to Various Buildings
Location: Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Oak Harbor, Washington
Client: NAVFAC Northwest
RORE, as prime contractor, managed the design-build project to repair and modernize the Industrial Control System (ICS) at NAS Whidbey Island, WA including connection and integration of 36 buildings at Ault Field and the Seaplane Base. The scope of work included extensive repair and/or replacement of existing Direct Digital Control (DDC) building controllers; installation of new DDC building controllers and sensors; installation of computer workstations at designated network access points; programming and reprogramming of controllers to optimize data collection; and other related incidental work.
Emergency Road Repairs
Location: Fort Huachuca, Arizona
Client: USACE Los Angeles
The project’s overall scope was to repair damage caused by severe flooding to the Garden Canyon road. RORE repaired approximately 2.67 miles of Garden Canyon Road located at Fort Huachuca, Sierra Vista, AZ. RORE was responsible for permitting and environmental coordination and protection; road repairs; culverts, headwalls, riprap, and concrete repair; retaining wall; gabion outlet construction; debris removal in channel and channel repair; and road surfacing.
Milcon Repair and Installation of New Electrical Distribution System
Location: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickman, Hawaii
Client: NAVFAC Hawaii
This design-bid-build project provided an electrical connection between former Naval Station Pearl Harbor Switching Station K (STA K) and the former Hickam Air Force Base electrical distribution system, which allowed both distribution systems to share loads and renewable energy resources. The complete underground electrical distribution system included approximately 840 linear meters of new 8-way underground ducts and 11 new manholes. The work was performed within the Hickam Communities officer’s residential area and in a major traffic thoroughfare within Pearl Harbor. STA K received new ventilation system, hydrogen gas sensing system, and new panic door hardware.