EE&G was retained to respond to a fire recovery effort at the Lipscomb Community Center and Club Esteem. The fire engulfed the structure’s interior, deteriorated block walls, structural trusses, mechanical system, electrical system, plumbing system, kitchen hood and most every architectural finish associated with the interior and exterior of the structure. The fire department’s efforts to save the structure also resulted in traditional water damage. As a result, significant structural components had to be demolished (wall, roof, etc) inclusive of all finishes therein.
EE&G salvaged selective contents along with some finishes and structural systems. Contents were treated via Odorox hydroxyl technology to remove smoke odors
EE&G performed the water extraction, drying and deodorization of the structure as part of its initial Emergency response. Following that, EE&G prepared permit plans for complete Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection/Fire Sprinkler, Controls, Data and Security. This work also included a complete Site upgrade and tapping of a City Force Main to supply the new sprinkler system, Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) and peripherals. These plans were submitted and the project was engaged on a fast track basis to support the needs of the Owner. EE&G completed the block demolition, restoration and then furnished and installed the engineered trusswork. Immediately thereafter, EE&G began the concurrent mechanical, electrical, plumbing, data/controls, fire protection and managed the work through completion.