Construction Manager Role: MCP was engaged as the construction manager for the construction of a new highway department building. The involvement of MCP extended beyond traditional construction management, encompassing pre-design and planning services, along with assisting the county in selecting an architect.
Comprehensive Pre-Construction and Procurement Services: In the capacity of the construction manager, MCP took on the responsibility of handling all pre-construction and procurement services. This included the meticulous bidding out of ten (10) distinct bid packages, each contributing to the comprehensive construction of the highway department building.
Building Features and Design: The building’s design incorporated a garage and service area, featuring eight (8) 16’ x 16’ overhead doors for efficient access. Additional facilities within the building included a break room, office area, and toilet rooms, addressing the varied needs of the highway department. The construction methodology adopted for the building involved the use of a wood post-frame structure, emphasizing both functionality and durability.
Site Improvements and Utilities: Beyond the building itself, MCP managed the implementation of new site improvements, which encompassed the creation of a new parking lot and the installation of site utilities. These enhancements were integral to ensuring not only the accessibility of the facility but also the overall efficiency of the highway department operations.
The New Highway Department Building project stands as a testament to MCP’s multifaceted role, seamlessly integrating pre-design, planning, and construction management services. The focus on comprehensive pre-construction and procurement, coupled with the efficient handling of bid packages, resulted in the successful construction of a facility tailored to the specific needs of the county’s highway department.