Navy: Indian Head, MD
The BEQ Building 1752 Renovation project involved extensive interior and exterior upgrades to an existing 38,940-square-foot facility, including the enhancement or replacement of mechanical, electrical, structural, and roofing systems. These improvements rendered the facility LEED certifiable by significantly enhancing its overall energy and environmental efficiency.
The Building 1752 Renovation project, located in Indian Head, Maryland, required the restoration of the interior of a bachelor enlisted quarters (BEQ) facility, including upgrades to the mechanical and electrical systems, as well as exterior work.
Interior work involved the relocation of closet units in each room in order to create space for the installation of new sprinkler-piping and HVAC systems. Site work included the extension of an existing river water line from a hydrant to a new sprinkler room. Grimberg also carefully investigated 36 randomly selected berthing rooms for mold abatement testing, and replaced all infected materials, thus eliminating a potential health risk.