Bell Armed Forces Reserve Center
Start / Completion Date:
May 2007 / May 2009
The Bell Armed Forces Reserve Center was a $60,000,000 new construction, design-build contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers located in Bell, California near Los Angeles. The project included three buildings totaling 200,000 square feet. Pacific Rim Mechanical’s project scope included installing two 250 ton chillers with associated pumps, two heating hot water boilers with associated pumps, twelve air handlers and associated exhaust fans, 145 VAV terminals, one large kitchen with associated grease hood system, two locker rooms with eight showers each, four large restrooms, four water heaters, and complete air and vacuum system for twenty maintenance bays. This was a fast-track project that was delivered on time and on budget. It was LEED Silver certified and received the Excellence Award from the Design Build Institute of America.