ARL Garfield Thomas Water Tunnel Renewal & Addition
The Garfield Thomas Water Tunnel Renewal & Addition Project is a renovation and system renewal of the existing facility, with an addition aimed at realignment of the main entrance and increased office spaces, with an anticipated Total Construction Cost of $25.4M. The 47,444 gross square foot facility was renovated in 1980 and 1992 and has reached end of life. The project scope includes renovation to the building interior and renovation and/or replacement of all building systems as required to bring the entire building up to code compliance and reliability of operations for the next 20 years. The water tunnel is a unique, secure test facility. The successful longevity and importance of the research conducted at this facility has made renewal of this building a logical investment for renewal. The building is home to the ARL Fluid Dynamics and Acoustics Office (FDAO) and houses specialized experimental facilities, advanced instrumentation techniques, and state-of-the-art computational resources.
Bidders must be prequalified by Barton Malow Builders. Prequalifiaction information at https://www.bartonmalow.com/subcontractors/
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