Procon is providing building information modeling (BIM) support services for the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry Project Phase 2, San Diego, CA. To accommodate for the massive growth expected for the San Ysidro Land Point of Entry (LPOE), already the busiest land border crossing in the Western Hemisphere, GSA is conducting a complete reconfiguration and expansion of the port with a total budget projected to exceed $500 million. The $217 million second phase will begin with the demolition of the existing Northbound Pedestrian Processing and Detention Building, the existing central plant, multiple buildings of East San Ysidro Blvd, and a portion of East San Ysidro Blvd south of the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) trolley. Then, there will occur the construction of a new Northbound Pedestrian Processing, Administration, and Detention Center Building, a northbound pedestrian pathway and its associated canopy structure from the border to the new pedestrian processing building, two overhead employee pedestrian bridges, an electrical generator yard, and pedestrian plaza. The phase will then conclude with the renovation of the existing historic Custom House building to provide a new pedestrian processing operation.
Procon will facilitate and review submitted BIM execution plans to ensure compliance with GSA’s National and Project specific BIM requirements, perform Spatial Program Validation of submitted design BIMs to ensure compliance with the project’s spatial Program of Requirements, perform clash detection analysis and prepare clash reports, and perform COBie compliance analysis of design and construction turnover submissions and prepare COBie deficiency reports. In addition to these responsibilities, Procon will inspect models to better understand design intent and detect errors and omissions, as they facilitate the operation of the models for GSA at each design submission. Procon will also produce 3D animation videos from each design BIM submission package showing animated navigation through and around the model, as requested.
Procon and Hana Engineers were recently approved by the Small Business Administration (SBA) for a mentor-protégé agreement under the 8(a) Business Development Program.
The SBA Mentor-Protégé Program was designed to enable successful firms to provide various forms of business development assistance to 8(a) BD Program Participants. The goal of the 8(a) BD Mentor-Protégé Program is to enhance the capability of 8(a) Program Participants to be competitive, achieve entrepreneurial success, and contribute to the strength and vigor of our economy.
Hana Engineers and Consultants LLC is a small business established in 2013. Hana provides top quality professional engineering scientific, and construction management solutions with particular expertise in geotechnical, environmental and other engineering/scientific services for private industry and government client. Hana’s engineering services are a good compliment to Procon’s expertise in construction management, commissioning, and construction business technology.
Procon has been hired to provide building information modeling (BIM) support services for the construction of NASA’s Measurement Systems Laboratory in Hampton, VA. Procon will leverage its expertise in BIM and more specifically in GSA’s BIM standards and protocols to ensure effective use of BIM during design and construction of the $95.6 million, 175,000 SF laboratory building. GSA is constructing this new laboratory to house about 40 modular research labs for the research and development of electronics, lasers, clean rooms, and instrumentation. The Measurements Systems Laboratory will also consolidate the operations of many laboratories currently spread throughout the campus.
Procon will facilitate and review the entirety of the project’s documentation submission and BIM execution. In this role, the Procon team will conduct all BIM Project Planning meetings, review that all project plans meet minimum BIM contract requirements, verify that all deliverables meet contract requirements, and create a 4D schedule model from which construction progress will be tracked to ensure that project schedule and budget remain unchanged. The Procon team will also perform clash detection analysis to ensure building discipline systems and components do not conflict with one another and are coordinated. The team will perform quality control analysis, facility reviews, and coordinate updates of models throughout construction phase to ensure as-built model meets requirements and is ready to use for facilities management programs.
GSA awarded Procon a two-year construction management contract for the Phillip J. Burton Federal Building in San Francisco, California. Located at 450 Golden Gate Avenue, the $12 million, 75,000 SF tenant improvement project for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers encompasses two full floors of the Burton building. Procon will provide project management for both the design and construction phases of this two-year project. In addition to initial design constructability reviews, Procon will provide project management and inspection services for demolition, new construction, retrofitting sprinkler and fire alarm systems, retrofitting existing electrical distribution systems, realigning office and support spaces for tenant improvement, and managing the tenant move.
The Burton Federal Building and United States Courthouse is located in the Civic Center area of San Francisco and is the largest federal building in the San Francisco metropolitan area. Constructed in 1964, the building consists of 22 stories above ground with two underground levels of parking. Situated on 2.6 acres of land, the building has approximately 1,244,600 rentable square feet with 236 underground parking spaces.
This is Procon’s first contract in GSA Region 9
The General Services Administration (GSA) Region 8 has awarded Procon Consulting a contract to provide construction management services for a 2-year, $11 million consolidation project at the Denver Federal Center. Procon will provide construction management and space planning services for the office space consolidation for the Bureau of Reclamation in Building 67 on the Denver Federal Center campus in Lakewood, Colorado.
Built in 1967, Building 67 houses approximately 1,200 Bureau of Reclamation personnel. The consolidation project will reduce the Bureau’s footprint by 36% from 275,000 SF to 175,000 SF with a utilization rate of 165 SF per person. The building will remain occupied and operation during construction.
In addition to providing full project management services during design and construction, Procon will provide tenant occupancy services including space planning and move management.
This is Procon’s first project for GSA in Region 8.