TRICORP HEARN brings a fresh approach to Public Works contracts for city, county, state and federal projects. Our experience with both public and private sector construction projects and alternate delivery methods help clients by enhancing project results and the team experience. We are also experienced in Sustainable Building Practices.
Sustainable Building Practices
Our LEED Accredited Professionals guide our clients through the process to assure their environmental and business goals are achieved.
Rehabilitation of an existing dormitory building and new construction of a multipurpose building and an administration building for the California Conservation Corps.
Dormitory Building - Seismic retrofit of existing 3-story dormitory, approx 24,282 sf. Work being performed in phases to allow for majority of the building to be occupied during the construction work. Work includes installing shear walls as well as structural steel brace frames.
Multi-purpose Building - New construction of a 6,813 sf, single story, wood framed structure with some structural steel. The scope of work includes a mechanical/storage mezzanine, basketball/ volleyball court, and full commercial kitchen.
Administration Building – This 15,918 sf, two story, wood framed building contains offices and classrooms. Structure includes some structural steel framing.
The two new buildings will be LEED Silver Certified. The site features a storm water infiltration and collection system which contains storm water in on-site, underground storage systems that allow the water to percolate into the soil and reduce run-off into nearby streams and Lake Tahoe.
Re-roof of the historical California State Capitol and replacement of mechanical roof units. Project also included interior renovation, new steel catwalk at the rotunda while the Capitol was in session.
Replacement and upgrade of cooling towers and boilers in occupied Class A facility. The project included a complete re-roof, mechanical screen and acoustical work associated with the cooling tower.
Remote central receiving facilities is a new 32,000 s.f. steel structure with architectural precast cladding to be utilized by the County for mail distribution.
Two phased project consisting of tenant improvements to a county building. The project includes a design/build demolition and installation of new finishes to the office space and lobby area for the Solano County Justice Center. This portion of the project is a complete rehabilitation of a fire-damaged space. The second portion of the building improvements is a removal and replacement of all existing finishes in an administrative area, consisting of offices and conference rooms, waiting areas, and interrogation rooms for the County’s Parole Program.
Atrium Planter Waterproofing. Complete removal of all existing planting and waterproofing. Replace all with new waterproofing, irrigation, light weight soil and plants, concrete curbs, stainless steel flashing and glass panels. The work was performed on the weekends on all five levels of Lincoln Plaza’s Atrium/Lobby.
Complete renovation and conversion of an existing 44,000 s.f. building to a data center. The project consisted of installing a 1,000 kW generator, UPS system and a tenant improvement build-out.
Select post-occupancy work. Six-story and four-story existing office buildings consist of a 538,162 s.f. tower and a parking garage of 448,912 s.f. Project includes select remodel and addition in occupied spaces and site work.