The Novel project in Midtown is a complex project on a very tight site. Zach Fry and Justin Mossinger are pulling together the operations in the field. Located in the heart of Atlanta in a very busy part of the city, the site is just over 2 acres in size and every square foot will be disturbed in some way. Despite its small size, this project will require the export of over 150,000 cubic yards of materials of which we anticipate 38,000 cubic yards of blast rock. With a site this small, the need to export 150,000 cubic yards of material equates to cuts that average more than 45 feet over the entire site! In addition to the deep cuts and export operations, we will also be installing two very large underground detention vaults for the storm sewer along with deep water quality structures, both fire and domestic water services as well as sanitary sewer service. This demanding project will require close coordination with other contractors and careful sequencing of our team. Zach and Justin are up to the task and excited about the opportunity to show the General Contractor, Balfour Beatty, what the team at C.A. Murren can do.
Habersham Medical Center LOCATION: Atlanta, GA OWNER: McCarthy Building Companies PROJECT SCOPE: The Habersham Medical Center Renovations project consist of the renovation of an existing hospital in 3 phases maintain all facility operations including utilities, parking and pedestrian traffic. The renovation consists of the addition of a west wing and extension of the Emergency Department both adjacent to the existing building. A 20 vertical foot excavation next to an existing building was required for new building foundation. A total of 3,000 SF of soldier pile and lagging shoring was installed to protect existing building and excavation. The project includes demolition of underground utilities, including water, storm and sanitary, demolition of lift station, site walls, sidewalk and curb, paving, removal of canopies and the removal of generator fuel tank. It also included the installation of 1,000 SF retaining wall, 18,500 CY of excavation, fine grading for buildings and paving, 260 LF of 4” force main sewer, 1,000 LF of 8” gravity sewer, installation of lift station, 1,000 LF of 18” storm drain and 1,500 LF of 6” waterline.
Komatsu Training Facility LOCATION: Cartersville, GA OWNER: Komatsu America Corporation PROJECT SCOPE: Repaired a failing parking lot and built a newly designed equipment construction area. Existing parking lot had been built over unstable organic material, CAM removed existing parking lot, excavated 135,000 CY of failed fill and replaced with a geo-grid reinforced engineered fill to stabilize sub-grade and slope. CAM moved an additional 850,000 CY of dirt and rock to build the new heavy equipment demonstration area. Installed approximately 6,000 LF of storm pipe ranging from 18” to 60” and place 8,5000 TN of GAB for a 2400 LF haul road. During the course of the project 27,000 LF of silt fence was installed as well as 8,000 LF of French drain. There was also 180,000 SY of erosion matting installed.