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ATLANTA, GA

4554 Stonegate Industrial Blvd. Suite C

Stone Mountain, GA 30083

 

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phone: 404.297.6535

fax: 404.298.9176

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BIRMINGHAM, AL

561 Simmons Drive

Trussville, AL 35173

 

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phone: 205.655.5099

fax: 205.655.5085

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FAYETTEVILLE, NC

659 N. Holland Avenue

Dunn, NC 28334

 

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phone: 910.304.1277

fax: 910.401.1383

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JACKSON, MS

183 Marketridge Drive

Ridgeland, MS 39157

 

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phone: 601.957.7782

fax: 601.957.9147

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LEXINGTON, KY

1063 Manchester Street

Lexington, KY 40508

 

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phone: 859.254.8878

fax: 859.231.9224

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LOUISVILLE, KY

2171 Watterson Trail

Louisville, KY 40299

 

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phone: 502.263.7871

fax: 502.267.4720

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N KY/CINCINNATI

3000 Earhart Court

Hebron, KY 41048

 

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phone: 859.371.3803

fax: 859.372.4901

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RALEIGH, NC

659 N Holland Avenue

Dunn, NC 28334

 

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phone: 910.304.1277

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Phone: 662.289.3646

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Government

B-2 Support Facilities

B-2 Support Facilities

Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri

Owner: U. S. Army Corp of Engineers
General Contractor: Hensel Phelps
Contract Amount: $4,224,000

Ivey Mechanical Company provided HVAC and plumbing systems for the new maintenance dock facility. The systems installed include domestic water, chilled and hot water, steam, nitrogen, vacuum, compressed air, hydraulics, and aircraft conditioned air. The hangers are designed to accommodate two B-2 Stealth Bombers.

C-17 Hangar

C-17 Hangar

Jackson, Mississippi

Owner: U.S. Property & Fiscal Office of Mississippi
General Contractor: Yates Construction
Contract Amount: $2,402,500

The Fuel Cell and Maintenance Hangar located in Jackson, MS houses the Air Forces C-17 Globemaster III during its maintenance stages of service. Ivey Mechanical self performed the work associated with the HVAC ductwork, mechanical piping, and plumbing. Included in this work was a pivot boom containing ductwork, compressed air, and breathing air that swung over the wings of the plane to allow a user friendly environment while performing maintenance on the aircraft. Ivey also performed the site work servicing the hangar which included a 7,000 gallon oil water separator buried 18’ below grade, storm and sanitary waste.

Chemical Defense Training Facility

Chemical Defense Training Facility

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

Owner: U. S. Army Corp of Engineers
General Contractor: Hensel Phelps
Contract Amount: $7,100,000

Award of Excellence
National ABC

This $28 million facility one of the most advanced and sophisticated military training centers in the world and trains all branches of the U.S. armed services and its allies for detection and decontamination of chemicals associated with chemical warfare. The facility contains classrooms, training and administrative areas, support facilities, controlled interior decontamination areas, a medical clinic, and a laboratory. Ivey self-performed 80% of the $7,100,000 contract, which included all HVAC, plumbing, controls, test and balance, commissioning, and a highly advanced system for the removal and filtering of chemical agents used in training. Ivey worked 47,448 manhours with no recordable accidents.

Fort Benning Physical Fitness Center

Fort Benning Physical Fitness Center

Fort Benning, Georgia

Owner: Army Corp of Engineers
General Contractor: Turner Universal
Contract Amount: $3,466,011

Best Specialty Construction Project
Southeast Construction Magazine

The new 100,000 square foot fitness center includes a natatorium, locker rooms, whirlpool and sauna area; rock climbing room, exercise rooms, physical therapy space, storage spaces, swimming pools, basketball, racquetball and volleyball courts, and brand new exercise equipment. The facility is considered to be one of the largest of its kind in the Army. This project required some unique construction challenges. The plumbing rough-in was incalled in block wall construction. 1,450 feet of collapsible fabric duct for the HVAC system was installed in the large open exercise areas. A pool dehumification unit was installed which controls the humidity in the pool area and heats the water. Ivey co-workers completed more than 30,000 manhours with no recordable incidents.

Fort Knox Human Resource Center of Excellence

Fort Knox Human Resource Center of Excellence

Fort Knox, Kentucky

Owner: Corp of Engineers
General Contractor: Turner Universal
Contract Amount: $35,628,277

Superior Performance Award

Award of Merit – Mississippi ABC

Award of Honor – Kentucky ABC

Award of Merit – South Central Construction Magazine

This $183 million 850,000 square foot facility brings four locations within the U.S. Army personnel record keeping and finance together in one central location and houses 4,200 civilian and military personnel in six buildings. The complex consists of five three-story buildings with connectors between the buildings on the third floor and a single story facility which houses the data center and central plant area. The data center is served by two 600 ton chillers with a cooling tower, pumps, and 34 computer room units. 95% of the plumbing and HVAC material was prefabricated, including in-wall plumbing, ductwork, and HVAC piping.

Keesler Air Force Base

Keesler Air Force Base

Biloxi, Mississippi
Owner: Keesler Air Force Base
General Contractor: Caddell Construction
Contract Amount: $6,200,000

In August 2006, Hurricane Katrina stuck and destroyed the commissary and Army Air Force Exchange Service store at Keesler Air Force Base. This project consisted of the construction of a new Commissary and Exchange Mall for the base totaling 285,000 square feet.The new commissary, with 24 checkouts, has more than 50,000 square feet of sales area, triple the size of the temporary commissary. The new buildings will serve the people stationed on Keesler Air Force Base as well as the retired veterans in the area.

Von Braun MDA Center

Von Braun MDA Center

Redstone Arsenal – Huntsville, Alabama

Owner: United State Corp of Engineers
General Contractor: Turner Universal
Contract Amount:
Award of Merit
South Central Construction Magazine

Safe Contractor of the Year
Army Corps of Engineers

The Von Braun Center Complex Phase II project consisted of a 5-story 231,000 square foot office building and an expansion to the existing central plant. Ivey and its subcontractors were responsible for the installation of the building’s HVAC system which consists of a four pipe chilled water/heating water system which serves multiple air handlers and numerous variable air volume boxes. The central plant expansion includes one new 1,050 ton water cooled chiller, one 50 ton emergency back-up air cooled chiller, one cooling tower, two hot water boilers and associated pumps. Ivey was honored with the Safe Contractor of the Year award from the Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District Celebrate Safety program in November 2006, in recognition of more than 58,000 man hours worked by Ivey and its subcontractors with no lost-time accidents.