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Repair T-6 Surfaces, Airfield, and Apron, Sheppard AFB, Texas

CLIENT: Department of the Air Force
COST: $22.7 Million
STATUS:  Completed


BARLOVENTO provided design and construction services for this $22.7M project that included the repair of airfield pavement, T-6 surfaces and airfield apron at Sheppard AFB, TX.


PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS: An onsite asphalt plant was brought in for the project.

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Special Ops School
Special Ops School
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Duke Field, Eglin AFB, Florida

CLIENT: US Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District
COST: $12.2 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO provided design and construction services for this $12.2M project that included 11 separate projects and consisted of building additions, new construction, repair, and site work projects.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS: Over 73,000 ft² of Phased Construction.

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Washrack Construction
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Tinker Apron
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Tyndall Tower
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Tinker Apron
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SOF Construction
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Dormitory, Hurlburt Field, Florida

CLIENT: US Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District
COST: $7.7 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO provided design and construction of a $7.7M, 50 Room, 100 person, 29,063 ft² Dormitory Building at Hurlbert Field, FL for Mobile District, USACE.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS: Zero Lost Time Accident Award

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CDC Headquarters, Atlanta, Georgia

CLIENT: US Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District
COST: $6.1 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO provided the replacement of chilled and hot water piping, 60,000 ft² of acoustical ceiling, and architectural repairs for this $6.1M project.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS: Client Quote: " Their work and professionalism, far exceeded our expectations."

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Repair Main Apron, Buckley, Colorado

CLIENT: Colorado Air National Guard
COST: $5.5 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO demolished existing pavements, structures and utilities, Subgrade/Subbase preparation, Portland Cement Concrete Pavement (11,000 CY), routed and sealed concrete joints, Bituminous Asphalt Pavement, performed finish grading, drainage, taxiway lighting, utility relocation, all excavation and filling requirements to bring grade to levels indicated. 

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Renovate Building 313, JBSA, Texas

CLIENT: Joint Base San Antonio/Lackland
COST: $12.8 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO renovated 43,500 sf of space in Bldg. 313, a single-story SCIF building. The work consisted of the full interior gutting and renovation of the building, and installation of new roofing, exterior EIFS on the existing masonry walls, stairways, ramps, walkways, partition walls, raised flooring system, suspended wood ceiling systems, furnishings, MEP systems complete, telecommunications systems, lightning protection, and security infrastructure. The building envelope was a controlled perimeter, with the exception of the mechanical room and waiting room. 

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CNS Range Control Office Tower,
Cannon, New Mexico

CLIENT: Joint Base San Antonio/Lackland
COST: $7.7 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO completed the construction of a four story control tower with a structural steel frame, insulated sandwich panel exterior, interior steel framed stairs with concrete treads, reinforced concrete foundation, HVAC system, plumbing system, electrical system, potable water storage tank and piping, septic tank and field lines, observation walkway at cab exterior, fire alarm system, communication system equipment consoles, windows, and room finishes.

 

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7th Special Forces Complex Chapel,
Elgin AFB, Florida

CLIENT: US Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District
COST: $5.4 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO constructed an 18,400 SF Chapel and supporting facilities.   The worship center features regular seating for 202 persons and integral features that allow for expanding the seating to 355 persons. It also includes administration offices, restrooms and a mechanical and electrical room. Supporting facilities include parking areas, utilities (electrical distribution system water and sanitary sewer), stormwater a nd walkways. A fire detection and suppression system, communications, Sustainable Design and Development (SDD) features complying with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design “Silver” and EPAct 05 feature were provided.

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Special Ops Engineer Training Facility
Fort Bragg, North Carolina

CLIENT: US Army Corps of Engineers
COST: $12 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO completed this highly complex design build project consisting of 50,363 sq ft of buildings, all site amenities including roads, utilities and parking areas at Patriots Point, Ft. Bragg, NC. This project was a task order under our Mobile District IDIQ MATOC contract which was utilized by Wilmington District, USACE. This remote area of Ft Bragg primarily serves Special Forces and contains a number of facilities for communication training, battle command training, engineering training, and battalion operations training.

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Hangar K, Cape Canaveral, Florida

CLIENT: Air Force Civil Engineer Center
COST: $5.4 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO renovated Hangar K with a two-story administration space on the north and south of the high bay, totaling approximately 41,000 SF. The project included the construction of two administration areas that were built to SCIF standards, selective demolition and renovation of the first and second floors of the Hangar; LED lighting replacement in the high bay area and on each floor of the north and south wings, asbestos, mold, and lead abatement; renovation of the restrooms; replacing/repairing the Heating Ventilation, and Air Conditioning systems; reconfiguring and/or replacing wet pipe fire suppression systems; refurbishing the existing hangar doors; sealing and applying a stucco finish to the outside surfaces; refinishing and sealing the hangar floor and providing code compliancy for the ingress/egress areas and stairs.  Hangar K is a historic building; therefore, it required following all State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) requirements. The Hangar is used as a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIF) at times after construction was completed.  Barlovento also provided and installed interior furniture.

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Special Operations Facility,
Hurlburt Field AFB, Florida

CLIENT: US Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District
COST: $9.4 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO completed this highly complex LEED Silver design build construction included a new 20,200 SF two-story high security addition and alteration of 3,500 SF of existing high security facility (Building 90207) and installation of $3.3M of furnishings. The secure building and addition supports SOF Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Tasking, Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (TPED) missions for manned, unmanned and non-traditional ISR platforms and sensors in support of USSOCOM, AFSOC and other SOF units.

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Roof Repair at Main Post Chapel
JBSA Fort Sam Houston, Texas

CLIENT: Joint Base San Antonio 
COST: $6.1 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO provided the replacement new copper roofing and flashing, new wood decking, skylights, and replaced damaged stonework as determined by the Historic Preservation Architect, and new lightning protection system.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS: All work executed on this project conformed with the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the treatment of historic properties with guidelines for preserving, rehabilitating, restoring and reconstructing historic buildings. 

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Hot Cargo Pad 5 Replacement,
Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico

CLIENT: United States Air Force
COST: $5.5 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO replaced  Hot Cargo Pad 5 (459,000  SF of Concrete) at Kirtland Air Force Base, as well as the adjacent service ramp and airfield lighting. The work included earthwork, concrete paving, asphaltic paving, aircraft mooring and grounding, lighting, striping and signage. The pad was designed to accommodate C-17 aircraft, however the pad will also support several other airframes. After award, front-end submittals and administrative activities took place, such as submittal and approval of in house on-site key personnel, area use plans, permits, QC and safety plans. 

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Aircraft Apron Storm Drainage,
Laughlin AFB, Texas

CLIENT: Air Force Civil Engineer Center
COST: $6.1 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO upgraded storm drainage in the paved aircraft apron area.  During moderate to extreme inclement weather events, storm water was backing up into lateral pipes from various facilities resulting in flooding of First Area, causing geysers to form in the paved aircraft apron area. The geysers flush out the fine materials in the base and sub-base further degrading and eroding the multi-million-dollar airfield pavements. The drainage system was undersized and deteriorated to the point that leaks from the system were creating subsurface cavities. In 2005, the drainage system was evaluated by an A-E storm water expert and these improvements are recommended to correct Laughlin's airfield drainage problems. 

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Minot AFB Dormitory, North Dakota

CLIENT: Air Force Civil Engineer Center
COST: $8.8 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO constructed 40,000 sq ft of aggregate interior  space for a three (3) story building.  Activities included new finishes throughout the facility, upgraded heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, installation of wet pipe fire suppression systems, electrical, plumbing, communications and the installation of a new geothermal heat system. Antiterrorism measures included reinforced exterior walls and fully laminated windows. Demolition and remediation activities included asbestos, mold, and lead based paint abatement.

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Visitor Center, Pee Dee NWR, Wadesboro, North Carolina

CLIENT: US Fish and Wildlife Service, DOI
COST: $1.2 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO constructed new visitor contact station and structural insulated panels for Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge. 

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS: Client Quote: "The contractor did a good job and completed the project ahead of
the contract completion date. The contractor staffed the project efficiently and provided exceptional sub-contractors. I would recommend working with this contractor again. It was an exceptional project."

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Visitor Center, Reelfoot NWR
Union City, TN

CLIENT: US Fish and Wildlife Service, DOI
COST: $1.2 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO designed and built a LEED Silver exhibit/administrative facility (Visitor Center). The 4,670 SF building included  an administrative area that contained offices for the Refuge Manager an Assistant Manager, 8 staff personnel, a conference room, break room/kitchenette, one unisex staff Toilet room, a workroom and other support spaces for the Refuge Headquarters Office. The exhibit portion of the facility consisted of an Exhibit Hall, Gift Shop, Lobby, Public Restrooms, and other support spaces.

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Roadway, Roundabout and Gate,
Tyndall AFB, Florida

CLIENT: US Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District
COST: $4.8 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO 
constructed reinforced concrete containment walls, channeling curbs, and speed barriers and denial barriers adjacent to inbound and outbound lanes and within Entry Control Facility (ECF) response and safety zones. Full containment and control of vehicles was required. The construction of the entry control facility ensured that vehicles were contained through an arrangement of passive and active vehicle barrier systems.

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Red Roofs, Tyndall AFB, Florida

CLIENT: Air Force Civil Engineer Center
COST: $7.0 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO completed removal of the existing roof systems, in their entirety down to existing decks on 19 designated facilities at Tyndall Air Force Base. There are four different roof systems: aggregate-surfaced built-up, APP modified bituminous, standing seam metal, and asphalt shingles. The deck types included metal, plywood, precast concrete plank, and gypsum. The work included all flashings, gutters, missing or damaged insulation, removal and replacement of lightning protection systems, structural repairs to roof decking as needed, asbestos testing, asbestos abatement

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Wash Rack Expansion MCSF,
Blount Island, Florida

CLIENT: NAVFAC Southeast
COST: $7.5 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO completed thid Marine Corps Support Facility (MCSF) project which included the construction of a 48,029 SF washrack addition and demolition of a 11,496 SF building (Bldg 358) after completion of the facility. The facility included drive-through bay, enclosed work areas, restroom, lighting protection, exhaust system, fire protection and alarm system, HVAC, exhaust system, all necessary utilities, concrete vehicle aprons, perimeter fence and chain link gates.

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Taxiway Alpha and Taxiway Hotel,
Whiteman AFB, Missouri

CLIENT: Air Force Civil Engineer Center
COST: $10.2 Million
STATUS: Completed

BARLOVENTO completed the 
replacement of Taxiway Hotel by mill and overlay asphalt pavement (6700 SY 3” Deep)  and the complete replacement of Taxiway Alpha with concrete pavement (17,000 SY 20” Deep). We exceeded the government expectations and completed the project before winter weather hit and approximately 2 months ahead of schedule. The project was also performed during a COVID-19 Lock down with challenges and difficulties entering the base during 2020.