Epic Consultants
RPQ – 35192 / Public Housing

RPQ – 35192 / Public Housing

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Provide construction services to Miami Dade County Public Housing Development units. Project includes miscellaneous repair to housing units and complexes managed by Public Housing including but not limited to doors, drywall, soffit, fascias, stucco, concrete, landscaping, windows, paint, fence and asphalt.
RPQ – 35192 / Public Housing

RPQ – 35129 / Public Housing

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Provide construction services to Miami Dade County Public Housing Development units. Project includes miscellaneous repair to housing units and complexes managed by Public Housing including but not limited to doors, drywall, soffit, fascias, stucco, concrete, landscaping, windows, paint, fence and asphalt.

RPQ – 35192 / Public Housing

REG Justice Building – New Cooling and Fire Suppression System – Video Room

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Work included the removal and disposal of existing variable air volume box and air diffusers serving the video recording room and capping of existing ductwork. Also, the removal of the acoustical ceiling, light fixtures, and door.
The new work included a new four (4) ton capacity stand alone, dual coil (direct expansion and chilled water) server room a/c unit with associated chilled water piping and electrical connections. Furnish a new FM200 fire suppressions system and a new pre-action fire protection system. Provide a new glass door, concrete pad, metal ceiling, light fixtures and paint. All new systems had to be integrated to the building fire alarm system. All new systems including the cooling system, FM200 and preaction system had to be commissioned prior to turn over to the owner.
The video recording room was fully operational during construction. We had to work after hours to prevent any disruption to the courthouse facility. Background checks were provided on all persons requiring access to the facility.

RPQ – 35192 / Public Housing

Medical Examiner HVAC Equipment Replacement

The project consisted of the replacement of two chilled water air handling units at the Medical Examiner Facility including an energy recovery unit (ERU). Work was performed in an occupied space and required that we erect a dust control measures in an effort to isolate the disruption of construction and our personnel from the rest of the building. Furthermore, due to the security of this facility, our personnel were required to submit background checks before we could access the facility.
We had to remove and dispose of the chilled water air handling units and associated ductwork, piping, louvers, dampers and accessories in a predetermined sequence through the roof and bring the new units in parts due to the limitations of access from the roof and inside the building as well. We also had to remove and dispose of the existing energy recovery units and related ductwork and fans, as well as the hot water coils for the autopsy room, and demolition of wall mesh partitions, ceiling, and electrical conduits and wires.
The Medical Examiner Facility operates 24/7 and we provided a temporary 60 tons air cooled chiller including an ATS and a 300 kw generator to maintain the building operational during the shutdown of the air handling units.
The new work included concrete, drywall, removal of doors, new air handling units (AHU-2 and AHU-3), louvers, new energy recovery unit, fans, connection to building fire alarm and use of crane to set the units on the roof so we can bring units inside the mechanical room.
RPQ – 35192 / Public Housing

Jackson Memorial Hospital – JOC #1 Bathroom Renovations

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The Work of this Contract comprises the general construction remodeling of ADA Public Restroom (Upgrades) at Jackson Memorial Hospital, located at the OTC Building I st Floor Lobby (Female Restroom D-139 approximately 410 sq.ft & Male Restroom D-140 with about 302 sq.ft). Scope of the services described here below shall follow product finishes and specifications described herein. The new Installation shall be in compliance with the latest edition of NFPA-70, N.E.C, Florida Building Code and local authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ). The contractor shall visit the site before bidding to include all necessary Labor and materials for a complete functional installation whether included or not in this scope of work.