• Travis AFB Maintenance Hangar
    Travis AFB Maintenance Hangar

    Travis AFB Maintenance Hangar

    Travis AFB Maintenance Hangar

    • Design-Build
    • New Construction
    • Contract Value: $43.7 million

    This project was a design-build 102,000 SF, C-17 Double Bay Hangar that was designed to house either two C-17 or KC-10 aircraft for maintenance operations. The administrative area provides office space and open work area as well as a break room and bathroom/locker facilities for maintenance personnel. Site work included demolition of three existing facilities. This state-of-the-art maintenance hangar is the first LEED Silver certified hangar built for the Air Force. This facility greatly improves Travis AFB’s ability to maintain critical elements of the C-17 and KC-10 fleet and to support Air Mobility Command’s mission in the Pacific region.

    Award/Recognition:

    Air Mobility Command 2011 Design Awards

  • Point Loma Minewarfare Training
    Point Loma Minewarfare Training

    Point Loma Minewarfare Training

    Point Loma Minewarfare Training

    • Design-Build
    • New Construction and Renovation
    • Contract Value: $20 million

    This multi-site project included design build of new construction of the Minewarfare Training Center including classrooms, laboratory spaces, an electronic maintenance high-bay with a 10–ton crane, and a 12ft deep training pool. In addition to the new construction of the training and maintenance facility, there were 3 other remote sites with varying degrees of renovations to existing buildings. With four different sites on two sections of the naval base, the project required a high level of focus, organization, and detailed planning in order to successfully meet the needs and deadlines of the customer.

  • San Diego Recruit Clothing Issue Facility
    San Diego Recruit Clothing Issue Facility

    San Diego Recruit Clothing Issue Facility

    San Diego Recruit Clothing Issue Facility

    • Design-Build
    • New Construction
    • Contract Value: $7.8 million

    This project includes a new 45,000 square foot single-story Recruit Clothing Issue Facility with associated site improvements in the Marine Corp Recruit Depot in San Diego, California. The location of the building is along the historic main concourse of the base, where visitors to the graduation ceremonies approach the central parade deck and quad. The exterior of this new building is designed to blend in with the historic style of this public area and specific maintenance requirements of the base. This project is a LEED silver due to designing with a view to lowering TOC and energy consumption.

  • Coronado Naval Base Storage Facility
    Coronado Naval Base Storage Facility

    Coronado Naval Base Storage Facility

    Naval Base Coronado Storage Facility

    • Design-Build
    • New Construction
    • Contract Value: $11.6 million

    This project is a multi-story operational storage facility with associated utilities, fire protection, local area network, and heating ventilation-air conditioning/humidity control. The facility includes secure storage rooms for each detachment, showers and restrooms, a duty watch station, a bunk room, and laundry areas. This project required special attention in design and selection of materials to ensure maximum durability to a saltspray environment. R.A. Burch provided a state of the art, highly functional and durable facility for the war-fighters to store, stage and maintain their gear during their training rotations.

  • Coronado Base Main Gate and Entrance
    Coronado Base Main Gate and Entrance

    Coronado Base Main Gate and Entrance

    Coronado Base Main Gate and Entrance

    • Design-Build
    • New Construction
    • Contract Value: $13.9 million

    This project was a design and construction of a new Main Entry Facility for the Naval Air Station North Island, Coronado, California. Site preparation included demolition of two buildings and modification of the existing Main Gate for out bound only traffic. The facility included extending Stockdale Road on base to meet Alameda Street, lining up with 3rd Street in the City of Coronado. The project provided a new Visitor Center, truck inspection station, vehicle inspection area, guard house, sentry booths, watch positions, bus and taxi transit center, parking, perimeter security fencing, utilities, security systems, and miscellaneous site improvements.

    Award/Recognition:

    Coronado Bridge and Bay Garden Club “Spot of Beauty” Award

  • Coronado Squadron Operations Facility
    Coronado Squadron Operations Facility

    Coronado Squadron Operations Facility

    Coronado Squadron Operations Facility

    • Design-Build
    • New Construction and Renovation
    • Contract Value: $34.8 million

    This project included design and build of a new 24,000 square foot two-story Squadron Operations Facility and completed interior and exterior renovations to the existing hangar. Work on the existing hangar included seismic strengthening, hazardous material removal, complete gut of existing hangar spaces and construction of new administrative space, and temporary facilities. The style of the new facility needed to blend into the existing architecture of the area. The result is a pleasing design style that, when viewed from San Diego Bay or the shoreline opposite the Base, presents a coordinated architectural palette.

    Award/Recognition:

    2009 NAVFAC Design Honor Award and Associated General Contractor’s 2007 Build San Diego Award for Unique Special Project

  • Lemoore Hangar
    Lemoore Hangar

    Lemoore Hangar

    Lemoore Hangar

    • Design-Build
    • Renovation
    • Contract Value: $17.3 million

    This project included the complete renovation of 59,330 square feet of administrative and shop spaces within the two-story portion of this five-module hangar. The hangar was originally constructed in the 1960’s, and the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s fighter training squadrons have changed drastically. The spaces were gutted to the shell and altered. This renovation resulted in a hangar design that will meet the needs of the Navy well into the future with modernized facilities, including energy efficient mechanical and electrical systems, durable finishes, state of the art data and communications systems, and aircraft hangar fire suppression system.

  • P-783 1st ML Group and Battalion Operations Center and P-1001 Military Police Company
    P-783 1st ML Group and Battalion Operations Center and P-1001 Military Police Company

    P-783 1st ML Group and Battalion Operations Center and P-1001 Military Police Company

    As a part of the Marine Corps “Grow the Force” initiative, Camp Pendleton developed a new campus for the 1st Marine Logistics Group in the 29 Area of the base. The campus is comprised of 50 new facilities in a 300 acre area with new roads, greenbelt and a new urban plan. One of the first projects for this campus was the P783/P1001 project, which included the Regimental Headquarters for the CLR-1, operations building for ESB (two stories, 19,150 sf), training building for the CST and administration building for the Military Police group(two stories, 20,258 sf). The four buildings house command decks, administrative offices and work areas, conference rooms, large training rooms, vaults and storage areas. The project is comprised of a total of 60,000 square feet of building area and 13 acres of site area.

    The design and construction of this $20,800,000 complex was completed on-time and satisfied all project scope. The project received an outstanding evaluation, a star safety award, and was awarded two USGBC Campus SILVER LEED certificates.

  • 41 Area Operational and Community Facilities Program:  P-1016 RECON Battalion Operations Complex, P-1012 ANGLICO Operations Complex, and P-1067 Bachelor Enlisted Quarters
    41 Area Operational and Community Facilities Program: P-1016 RECON Battalion Operations Complex, P-1012 ANGLICO Operations Complex, and P-1067 Bachelor Enlisted Quarters

    41 Area Operational and Community Facilities Program: P-1016 RECON Battalion Operations Complex, P-1012 ANGLICO Operations Complex, and P-1067 Bachelor Enlisted Quarters

    The $136,046,028 contract to design and construct 18 new facilities in the 41 Area was awarded by NAVFAC Southwest to our joint venture entity – Webcor / RA Burch.  This project is unique in that it is defined as the design and construction of three separately funded FY10 MCON Projects; P-1012 ANGLICO Complex, P-1016 Recon Battalion Complex and P-1067 Bachelor Enlisted Quarters in one contract. The scope of the 324,717 SF project includes multiple operational and community facilities for the 1st Reconnaissance Battalion and 1st Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, as well as a 5-story, 103,551 SF 200-room bachelor enlisted quarters complete with ocean views.  The new complex includes:  Battalion Headquarters, Battalion Aid Station, Armory, Fitness Center, Single Marine Center, Mail Distribution Facility, Location Exchange, Emergency Response Station, Classroom Instruction Building, Paraloft, Platoon Team Building, Two Auto Org shops, Two warehouses, Two Parking Structures, BEQ, and Community Building.

    A new vehicle bridge and two pedestrian bridges were also built to free-span across environmentally sensitive areas and U.S. Waters flowing, without disturbance of the habitat.  Utility upgrades incorporate two new sewer lift stations, a new fire pump station, and a new communications distribution facility that serves to provide current and future communication requirements.