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2018 Recap: Projects at a Glance

01/07/2019, by Lidija, in News & Media, 0 comments

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NURSING

Established in 1918, the Prairie View A&M University College of Nursing moved to their current location in the medical center in 1983 and became a participating member of 42 institutions supporting the Texas Medical Center’s operation. The initial building at this location was demolished and a new state-of the-art, 12-story building was constructed in 2005. Zero/Six performed an evaluation of the building’s exterior envelope in light of water infiltration experienced during Hurricane Harvey. Zero/ Six conducted a forensic investigation via rope access to provide a thorough review of the building envelope, utilizing infrared photography and performing diagnostic water testing per AAMA 501.2 at selected exterior transitions and glazing interfaces. The team also reviewed architectural drawings made available by the University to consider underlying conditions.

Owner Texas A&M University
Client SSC Services for Education
Architect Watkins Hamilton Ross
Location Houston, TX
Type Forensic
Scope of Work Exterior Envelope Forensic Assessment, Thermal Imaging, Humidity Survey of
Interior Spaces, and Diagnostic Nozzle Water Testing per AAMA 501.2

HARRIS COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE CENTER

The 21-story Harris County Criminal Justice Center was constructed in 1999 and is the largest of its kind in the United States. The building has been completely shut down due to significant damage from water infiltration during Hurricane Harvey. Through on-site discussions with our client and building personnel, we discovered that water infiltration occurred through penetrations in the basement
level, a missing flood gate on level one and various locations of the exterior envelope. Zero/Six performed an extensive evaluation of the building’s façade, utilizing rope access equipment and a boom lift to determine the causation of water infiltration and assess the life cycle of envelope related components.

Owner Harris County
Architect / Client PGAL
Contractor Manhattan Construction
Location Houston, TX
Type Restoration and Mitigation
Scale 788,000 SF
Scope of Work Exterior Envelope Forensic Assessment and Diagnostic Nozzle Water Testing per AAMA 501.2

HEDWIG PLACE

Hedwig Place will be a 102,474-square-foot, five-story, Class A medical office building located in Hedwig Village, an affluent, independent municipality of Houston’s booming west side. Developed by Stream Realty Partners and AMD Global, Hedwig Place is situated on two acres in the heart of Memorial Villages, three miles from Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center and within minutes of Houston’s popular Uptown District. The development broke ground 65 percent preleased with
anchor tenants Memorial Plastic Surgery and Texas Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists. Zero/Six’s scope of work will encompass a variety of envelope services throughout the design, construction and commissioning phases including, preliminary construction documents, submittal, and RFI reviews, focusing on the weather resistance and constructibility of the exterior envelope. During construction, we will conduct on-site quality control observations at critical envelope component installations.

Owner / Client Stream Realty Partners (Rendering provided by Stream Realty Partners)
Architect E4H Environments for Health
Civil Jones & Carter
Location Houston, TX
Type New Construction
Scale 102,474 SF
Status Q1 2019
Scope of Work Drawing Review and On-site QA/QC and Reporting