Waterbury Consolidated Public Works Facility
Location: Waterbury, CT
Client: City of Waterbury
Architect: Weston & Sampson (Rocky Hill, CT)
Description: Construction Manager at Risk for the modification and renovation of 60,000 sf of existing buildings and the construction of 45,000 sf of new buildings to serve as the City of Waterbury’s Consolidated Public Works Facility. Preparation of the 8-acre site, located on the site of a former chemical manufacturing facility, includes removal of concrete slabs and foundations and installation of an engineered cap over identified areas of contaminated soil, installation of new underground structures for site and building drainage, and new utility corridors for gas, electric, water and sewer services. The existing buildings were completely renovated, retrofitted and enlarged to serve as vehicle storage garages and maintenance bays, administrative offices, workshops and employee facilities.