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Project Scope

Alloy was contracted by Babbidge Facilities Construction for the removal of over one thousand windows with associated pcm caulk from an 18-story commercial office building. In addition to the window removal, our team also removed two curtain window walls within two garage stairwells and interior sheetrock walls that contained asbestos for the installation of the new windows. Our team worked hand in hand with not only the GC of the project but also the window subcontractor to complete this project efficiently. The crews utilized mast climbers and swing stage scaffold 200′ above the ground. Each of the windows removed weighed 175 lbs. making the removal during the summer heat a challenge. We overcame these challenges by holding daily toolbox talks, monitoring the weather conditions throughout the day, and keeping in communication with other trades on scheduling and work areas. Even with these challenges our team was able to complete this project within the required schedule and come in under budget.

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